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The presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar has knocked the ruling All Progressives Congress for failing the country in the power sector.
Atiku said this on Monday on his Twitter page as the country experience power outage on Sunday due to national grid which reportedly collapsed.
The PDP candidate lashed out at the APC, saying it has failed Nigerians in all sectors in the country.
Atiku added that Nigerians should retribute the APC by voting them out come 2023 presidential election.
He also banked on the chance to vow to promote unity and good governance if elected president in the next election.
He wrote: “The darkness that has enveloped the nation in the last couple of days with the collapse of the national grid is a metaphor for the collapsing state of our nation: collapsing unity, collapsing security, collapsing economy, collapsing education, collapsing well-being and collapsing value of human life and dignity.
“My expectation is that Nigerians will collapse the ruling APC in kind via the ballot and enthrone a viable pathway for the New Nigeria of our dreams that will be united and stable, prosperous and awash with opportunities; secured and inclusive. As One, we can get it done.”