A Presidential Aspirant under the platform of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mohammed Hayatudeen, has pledged to enforce policies that will promote production in Nigeria and tackle security challenges if elected in the 2023 elections.
Mr Hayatudeen made the assurance when he met PDP stakeholders and delegates from Sokoto, Kebbi and Zamfara states at party headquarters in Sokoto.
He canvassed for delegates supports at party’s primary elections stressing that he would focus on five point agenda if elected President of Nigeria.
He explained that his agenda included; tackling unemployment through enhancing the nations image to attract investment, industrial development and harness nation’s resources, meaningful educational development, healthcare policies and ensure maximum security.
He described Sokoto as home because he interacts with Sokoto indigenous people at all levels in business and public service.
Hayatudeen described himself as mechanic of Nigeria’s challenges noting that he has been engaged in rehabilitation of different sectors, advising governments on divers policies especially economic development.
” Time has come to actualise the technicalities in transforming economic and social sectors for improving the well-being of Nigerians.
” I called on party loyalists and Nigerians at large to support our dreams for better Nigeria ” Mr Hayatudeen said.
Earlier, the Sokoto State PDP Secretary, Alhaji Zaki Bishire, welcomed Hayatudeen to the state described him as astute economist capable of transforming the nation’s challenges in recognition of his experience.
Mr Bishire assured delegates’ of his support toward party success in the future elections.
Also speaking, Zamfara State Secretary of PDP, Professor Kabir Sama’ila, said Hayatudeen is among the few individuals that would shape Nigeria and strengthen the nation potentialities.
Hayatudeen’s Campaign Director, Senator Isa Galaudu, urged delegates and Nigerians to support Hayatudeen based on his records of achievements and interest for Nigeria’s development.
Source: Voice of Nigeria