Here Is What Nigerians Are Saying After Atiku Vow To Sell NNPC If Elected Into Power

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Former vice President, Atiku Abubkar, yesterday revealed that he would privatize the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation(NNPC)  if elected into the country’s highest political office in the forthcoming election.

Atiku who is the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) made this declaration on Channels Television yesterday  while fielding questions from business community in Lagos at an event tagged Getting Nigeria’s Economy Working : A Pragmatic Approach.

His declaration has sparked reactions from Nigerians as they have been on twitter handle calling him out.

What they are saying:

https://twitter.com/iam_doctormayor/status/1085815452209684481

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