Atiku Simplifies Best Way To Fight Crimes

October 19, 2018

0.8 min readCategories: News

Fomer vice president of Nigeria and presidential candidate of the opposition People Democratic Party (PDP) in 2019 election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has told Nigerians the best ways crimes could be fought easily.

Atiku who dropped the hint on his tweeter page, said that the most effective way to fight crime is to provide opportunity to create wealth, because according to him, poverty is conducive to crime.

He assured Nigerians that he will equip the security forces to fight terrorism and crimes in the country if elected the next president in 2019 presidential election.

He also promised to create jobs which he said it is the best thing he enjoyed doing.

His tweet read: “The most effective way to fight crime is to provide opportunity to create wealth, because poverty is conducive to crime. If you elect me as your President, I will equip the security forces to fight terrorism and crime. Additionally, I will do what I do best – job creation”

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