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Saraki Reveals 10 Issues That Should be Addressed in 2019

Saraki Reveals 10 Issues That Should be Addressed in 2019

The Senate President who doubles as the DG of Atiku’s ‘Get Nigeria Working Again’ Presidential campaign, Dr Bukola Saraki has revealed ten issues that should be addressed by Nigerians ahead of 2019.

This is a follow up and a comprehensive clarification to his question asking if Nigerians are better off than they were in 2014. This is the full text of his statement highlighting the issues he want electorate to think about.

“For Nigerians, in 2019, the issues that have to be addressed are:

1. Is the economy better or worse?

2. Are more people richer or poorer than they were in 2015?

3. Are there more people suffering from hunger now? #GNWA

  1. Have there been more job losses under this administration?
  2. Are Nigerians safer now than they were in 2015?

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  1. Are our military and other security agencies better equipped to tackle the Boko Haram insurgency and other security challenges than they were in 2015? #GNWA

  2. Is Nigeria more united now than it was in 2015?

  3. Is the infrastructure in the country better than it was in 2015? #GNWA

  4. Is there less corruption in the country than in 2015? Is the fight against corruption being fair to all? Or is it a tool being deployed against political opponents?

  5. Are people deriving the benefits of the Rule of Law and personal liberty as enshrined in the Constitution?”

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