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2019: Atiku ‘ll end the herders/farmers clashes, poverty when he assumes office as President. 

The National Coordinator of Non Indigenes Association of Nigeria for Atiku/Obi presidency, Lot Ninzom Jonathan, on Friday in Yenogoa, the Bayelsa State capital, said that the emergence of the presidential candidate of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar, will bring to an end the incessant killings arising from herdsmen/farmer clash in the North, as well as poverty currently ravaging all parts of the country.
At the inauguration of the association’s state chapter, he lamented that the current administration in the country lacks economic blueprint and strategies that return the nation’s economy to a progressive track.
His words, “I urged you all in the Niger Delta to go with your PVCs and redeem the nation from bad governance, we are very concerned, we are poised to go out and used our PVCs to enthrone a responsible government come February, 2019.
“The issue of herdsmen/farmers clash in the North is very pathetic, it has rendered many homeless, several people are now widows and widowers, most children have no parents, that is why Atiku Abubakar is coming to change the narrative”.
In an address to hundreds of members at the inauguration, the Bayelsa State Coordinator of the group, Chief Chinedu Arthur Ugwa, said they are moved by their love for the country and their unending desires to return Nigeria to practical democracy where interest of the masses is paramount.
According to him, the group will use their PVCs to resist the tactics of opposition to remain in power beyond 2019.
AmarSim Associations Development Consultants

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