Rabiu Kwankwaso, presidential candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), has advised all eligible voters in the country to create time and read his manifesto.
He made this appeal while speaking in Abuja on Friday shortly after the two-raka’at Jumma’at prayers at the Al-Habibiyyah Islamic Society’s Mosque.
Kwankwaso stated that the blueprint contains most of what he intended to do if elected president in 2023.
The former two-term governor of Kano state unveiled his Manifesto on November 1.
The 160-page manifesto and policy document entitled “My Pledges To You: The RMK2023 Blueprint”, highlighted 20 promises that he would bring to fruition if elected.
During the unveiling, Kwankwaso said his promises to Nigerians anchored around a “deep commitment to making the country work for all of us and in the overall interest of all Nigerians”.
He promised to tackle insecurity through a special approach, including increasing the police force to one million personnel.
He also promised to ensure fairness and justice, revamp the economy, create job opportunities, reform the health sector, and ensure food security.
The presidential candidate said his administration would treat education as an investment, not an expenditure.