The New Nigeria Peoples Party’s (NNPP) presidential candidate Rabiu Kwankwaso has urged all eligible voters to set aside time to read his platform.
On Friday, following the two-raka’at Jumma’at prayers at the Al-Habibiyyah Islamic Society Mosque in Abuja, he spoke and made this appeal.
The majority of what Kwankwaso intended to achieve if elected president in 2023 is contained in the blueprint, he claimed.
On November 1, the former two-term governor of Kano state released his manifesto.
In his 160-page manifesto and platform, “My Pledges To You: The RMK2023 Blueprint,” he made 20 promises that, if elected, he would follow through on.
At the unveiling, Kwankwaso stated that his dedication to making Nigeria work for all of its citizens and in their best interests is the foundation of his pledges to them.
He pledged to use a unique strategy to combat insecurity, which would include expanding the police force to one million officers.
Additionally, he pledged to uphold justice and fairness, revive the economy, open up new job opportunities, overhaul the health care system, and guarantee food security.
The contender for president declared that his administration will view education as an investment rather than a cost.