Former Niger Gov Aliyu decries insecurity, incessant ASSU strikes
A former Governor of Niger State and the Chairman of the Presidential Committee Council of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Babangida Muazu Aliyu, has decried the state of insecurity in Nigeria, as well as the incessant industrial actions embarked upon by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
Aliyu made this known shortly after his inauguration along with other members at the state PDP secretariat in Minna, assuring that if elected in 2023, the party will adequately tackle the situations.
He said “Under the PDP government, schools can never be allowed to go on strike and even the issue of insecurity that is ravaging our nation would be tackled head-on”.
The former governor also assured that he will work alongside other members for the success of the party.
According to him, “We are one, and most of us know that if Atiku wins the Presidential elections then it will reflect in the state governorship elections.”
“Please go up there and work as if you will never die. Let’s always remember that it is our efforts that will give us the result so that we can prove to Nigerlites that PDP is what can deliver the people”.