By Chibuike Nwabuko
Abuja (Sundiata Post) – Former senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki has said he will hold people accountable for their actions and will also deploy the use of modern-day technology to curb incidents of violence and terrorism if elected president in 2023.
Saraki made the promise when he visited jos, the plateau state capital on Monday to mobilize support of the People’s Democratic party delegates in the state.
The former Kwara state governor who disclosed this on Tuesday in a series of tweets said:
The people of Plateau State have experienced the insecurity in Nigeria firsthand. Many of them have lost close relatives. Many of them have suffered the loss of their property.
This is why, yesterday, in my meetings with @OfficialPDPNig delegates Plateau State, I emphasized that with their support for my presidential aspirations, we will work to end the insecurity and loss of lives and property in both Plateau State, and across the nation.
This is because we will hold people accountable for their actions. We will deploy the use of modern-day technology to curb incidents of violence and terrorism. Additionally, we will ensure that our communities are safer by reviewing our national security architecture.
Sundiata Post recalls that Saraki is seeking nomination as the presidential flag-bearer of the opposition people’s Democratic party in the forthcoming 2023 general election.