Why I Want To Serve


Do we feel safer today in Nigeria than we did 10 years ago? Our number one priority is keeping Nigeria and Nigerians secure.


My motto is Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!!! Our young people needs jobs! Having created over 50,000 private sector jobs, I hope to bring this experience to serve Nigeria.


Education is key in the development of any nation. My experience building world class schools, from primary to university levels shows that we can do it here!

This campaign is about you

Zacchaeus Sumbo Adebayo – Facebook
I hope you’ll do better than the present administration. I wish you’ll touch the 3 major problems we’re facing in this country: curb corruption, unemployment among the youth and provide basic social amenities. Change is all we want, not promises.
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Esther Ogala - Facebook
It means every Nigerian deserve a better life. Where there is equality, where there is justice, where the life and property of people are safe. where our resource is being channelled into the proper places for the benefit of the masses. It means a Nigeria Where everyone have a sense of self-esteem and confidence in the future. #ANigeriaForAll
Esther Ogala - Facebook

Nne – @NancyEnuks - Twitter
I wish to be in a Nigeria where hard work is rewarded, where the good ones get the jobs and dedication is celebrated #ANigeria4All
Nne – @NancyEnuks - Twitter
Osifade Vantimi - @iam_vantimi – Twitter
My dream is to see #ANigeriaForAll where peace and justice shall reign, as in our national anthem!
Osifade Vantimi - @iam_vantimi – Twitter

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Atiku: A short history

The story of my life is one of a man who rose from very humble beginnings to one of the highest offices of the land. Yet in all that life has given to me, every success was achieved through great struggle – I have had to struggle against uncommon odds to get to where I am today.

I also know that my personal achievements in life are meaningless in a country where the vast majority of our people still struggle daily to meet their basic needs. There is, therefore, an urgent need to create a Nigeria of shared exertion and prosperity, a Nigeria where the majority of our people are fulfilled, happy and hopeful about the future.


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Kano bomb blasts: My heart bleeds - Atiku

*Condemns Kontagora, Maiduguri bomb blasts

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has condemned the latest bomb blasts at the Kano Central Mosque on Friday, November 28, 2014.

The former Vice President also condemned previous bomb blasts in Kontagora (Niger) and Maiduguri, capital of Borno.

In a statement in Abuja by his media office, the former Vice President said he was devastated personally by the frequency and brutality of terrorist attacks on innocent people, adding that this ceaseless violence achieves nothing.

According to him, the attacks on mosques, churches, schools, bus stations, markets, shopping plazas and other heavy human targets, defy the teachings of all known religions of the world.

The former Vice President said his heart always bleeds at this senseless violence, adding that it was high time the Boko Haram terrorists abandoned violence and embraced peace once and for all.

While calling on Nigerians to be more vigilant and share human intelligence, he at the same time called on the country's security forces to be ahead of the terrorists with better strategies.

While acknowledging that terrorism is a relatively new security challenge, he said more efforts are needed to improve detection of terrorists before they reach their targets.

He called for rigorous public education to help ordinary Nigerians identify suicide bombers before they reach their intended targets.

He regretted that many ordinary Nigerians behave indifferently in the presence of terrorists because they lack trained eyes to detect terrorists.

The former Vice President, while commending the sacrifices of our security forces, called for faster and more rigorous response to terrorist threats. He explained that the ease with which terrorists break through security checkpoints.

He expressed his condolences to the people and government of Kano State, Emir Sanusi Lamido Sanusi and the Kano Emirate and the families of all those who may have been killed in the heinous attacks in Kano, Kontagora and Maiduguri.


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Calabar amesire o! I am in the beautiful state of Cross River! #ANigeriaForAll ... See MoreSee Less

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If you are a young Nigerian who does not have a job, CBN's devaluation of the Naira will likely affect you. If you own a small business, the interest rate hike will likely affect your business.

Commodities like petrol and diesel are likely to become more expensive. Everything that is imported or needs imported raw materials is going to be more expensive.

What is the way out? Our policy document was designed to ensure that Nigeria's economy finally stops depending on oil. Agriculture, small and medium scale manufacturing, Internet technology and services are the future, if Nigeria is to become truly independent of oil.

We will ensure that small business owners can find the funds improve their operations, put more money in the pockets of ordinary Nigerians and as a result, create more jobs.

If our young people have jobs, Nigeria will be more secure. This is why I am running for President.
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Warm greetings to Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola on his inauguration from Umuahia where I am canvassing for delegates support. I may not be physically in Osogbo but Titi, my dear wife and Grand Matron of Osun Youths is holding fort for me. ... See MoreSee Less

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