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Yield From My War Against Corruption Will Be Invested In Education, Says General Buhari

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPresident-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari, has promised that savings from the war against corruption which he hopes to wage, will be ploughed into education with the objective of empowering the citizens.
“If you give education to a man or woman, you have empowered them to be productive. There is no better way to empowerment,” Buhari asserted.
The President-elect, who exchanged received in audience old schoolmates and kinsmen, among the 130-odd delegation  today at the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Headquarters in Abuja, made it clear that he would not condone the looting of public funds.
Buhari who also spoke about his resolve to work with all Nigerians to pull the citizens out of the current hardships facing them, assured that he would handle state resources with utmost responsibility and honesty.
He told the delegation from his home state, Katsina, who came to congratulate him that citizens had been made poorer by the 16 years of PDP maladministration in spite of the fact that the country received more income in that period than at any other time.
Buhari expressed his commitment to multi-party democracy as the best system of government and appealed to all citizens to imbibe courage and perseverance. He said that it is such virtues that had seen him to victory, after failing three times in the past presidential elections.
The leaders of the delegation, who spoke included the Chairman of the Katsina State chapter of APC, Engineer Mustapha Mohammed Inuwa; a former Governor of the state, Alhaji Saidu Barda, a leading Muslim Cleric, a representative of federal legislators and a representative of the traditional institutions in the state.
They all pledged their support and commitment to the in-coming Buhari administration and promised to avoid the mistakes of others by imbibing humility and respect for all sections of the country.

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