PDP not ready for governance, says Tinubu
The Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, on Saturday said voting for the Peoples Democratic Party would amount to continuation of the 23 years of underdevelopment.
Tinubu stated this on Saturday at the APC rally held at the Warri Township Stadium, Delta State.
He accused the opposition party of abandoning infrastructure development in the state and leaving the state to rot away.
“Our rivals do not have shame as they are fighting in public. How can they think of good governance?
“Go to Lagos State and see development and records of beautiful people. Hope is here, development is here, progress is here, Omo-Agege is here and prosperity is here,” Tinubu said.
The APC presidential candidate said that his presidency and Ovie Omo-Agege as the incoming governor in Delta would bring “hope, employment and development” to Delta and Nigeria at large.
Speaking further, the former Lagos State governor said if elected, his government would further re-activate the multi-billion dollars Gas Revolution Industrial Park Project.
Addressing the mammoth crowd, Tinubu said: “Our government will further re-activate the multi-billion dollars Gas Revolution Industrial Park Project.
“President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration has made giant strides in revisiting this project and we will complete it.
“Gas will become a national priority. I envision fertiliser and petrochemical plants, aluminium smelters, methanol plants, all aimed at creating jobs for the unemployed, while producing goods that booster farming, construction and other industries.”
Tinubu, however, assured Nigerians, especially youths that all the promises made to ensure a better Nigeria would be fulfilled.
According to him, I will fullfil my promises to you. You are the future of this country. Your dreams will be realised for a stable and united Nigeria.
Also, Omo-Agege said that a vote for the APC candidates would bring the much needed development to Delta and Nigeria.
He said that the Warri Port and Koko Ports would be reactivated when elected as the state governor and Tinubu as the President.
“I will go back to him to take a review of the privatisation of the Delta Steel Company, Aladja and full implementation of the Nigeria Maritime University (NMU), Okerenkoko.
“I am also committing to you that the Export Processing Zone, Ogidigben will come back to reality.
“I want to appeal to all people of Delta, we have our chance to get free from the tyranny in Delta.
“Today, we are blessed by an opponent whose credentials are being debated.
“The current governor wants to market education as a scam. We now have a chance to come out, go to our units and vote out the tyranny of the PDP,” Omo-Agege said.