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Published On: Thu, Jan 1st, 2015

Buhari decries hardship, corruption

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BuhariBy Aminu Imam

The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (rtd.), on Wednesday alleged that the Federal Government had declared “a regime of austerity on Nigerians in 2015.”

He warned the Federal Government against wishing Nigerians a happy New Year, saying it had become clear that “its actions are calculated to undermine the happiness of Nigerians.”

Buhari, while congratulating Nigerians on the New Year, expressed hope that the alleged plans would not work out if elected in 2015.

In a New Year message by the Director of Communications, Buhari Campaign Organisation, Mr. Dele Alake on Wednesday, Buhari said hardship, corruption and insecurity in the country were unacceptable.

He said the country desperately needed a disciplined and visionary leadership that genuinely has the capacity to fight corruption.

According to him, “It is only some Nigerians who have access to the corridors of power and benefit from the monumental graft that characterises governance in the country today that can enjoy their perverse and ultimately futile form of happiness.”

Buhari, however, expressed hope that the glory and pride of Nigeria would be restored if elected in 2015.

He said, “Great Nigerians, the announcement made by the Presidency and its agencies in the last one month has put many Nigerians in sadness. Electricity shall cost more. The devaluation of the naira means the price of goods and services shall rise. Essential goods are being removed from the reach of the poor. Indeed, the Presidency has declared a regime of austerity that will be executed in 2015. To quote the press reports, the President himself has declared that Year 2015 shall be “tough” on our people.

 

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