Monday, December 1, 2014 11:44 pm
General Muhammad Buhari, the All Progressives Congress ( APC) Presidential Aspirant on Monday advised Nigerian youths to resist any form of violence to ensure smooth conduct of the electoral processes.
General Buhari was speaking while addressing the party delegates in Sokoto.
He told the youths that as leaders of tomorrow, they should ensure that all hands should be geared towards ensuring positive democratic change in the country.
He said that the youths remain the vital tool needed at this material time to move the country forward politically.
” You should not be intimidated by desperate politicians who may want to be in power through dubious method,” he said.
He also called on them to ensure they acquire the permanent voters card as it is the great asset needed to ensure the emergence of good democratic leaders.
He said acquiring the cards will enable the youth and teeming members of the party elect candidates of their choice.
He said that it was only by so doing that the leaders that will have the interests of the people at heart will emerge.
He also advised teeming members of the party not to sell their voters card but to use it in electing transparent leaders that would utilize and manage the abundant human and material resources available.
He said that his party, the All Progressives Congress( APC) would address the issue of power supply and security if elected. He also said that APC led administration will focus on agriculture, education, effective health care delivery among others.
Speaking earlier Alhaji Maigari Dingyadi, a leader of the party in the state, informed Gen Buhari that the APC in Sokoto is committed toward ensuring political change in the country.
He said that the country is blessed with human and material resources needed to move the country forward but lacks the political will to do so.
He expressed optimism that the party will win the forthcoming general elections adding that Nigerians desire a political change at this material time to move the country forward.