In continuation of his meet the delegates campaign, a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential aspirant, Mohammed Hayatudeen, on Wednesday, in at the NICON Luxury Hotel venue of the meeting, unveiled his plans and Programme for the country if nominated to fly the party’s flag come May 28, 2022 at the party’s National Convention.
The meeting, which was Chaired by Sen Walid Jibrin, wasted no time in introducing and allowing the aspirant to address the Board of Trustees members who are also delegates to the National Convention.
According to a statement signed by the spokesman of the Mohammed Hayatudeen Presidential Campaign Council, Mallam Umar Sani, the aspirant, while addressing the BOT members, urged them to consider the future security and stability of the country.
He noted that the country is faced with the existential threat posed by issues germane to national security and economic prosperity .
Hayatudeen went down memory lane, recounting the strength and concise nature of our security personnel who are suited for our population then, saying there’d the need for economic, climate and social security.
He promised to motivate and reorient our security personnel to face the current war and challenges posed by the perennial threats to national security occasioned by the activities of insurgents.
The PDP presidential aspirant also expressed his desire to use his wealth of experience garnered over the years to revive and place Nigeria’s economy on the path of rapid development and growth.
He, however, cautioned delegates to the PDP National Convention on the need to be vigilant in making a choice out of those that present themselves before them.
Hayatudeen noted that 2023 would be a defining moment for the history, progress and prosperity of the country, adding that getting it right is not negotiable.
He urged delegates to consider and elect him as the candidate as he is well prepared and positioned to deliver on his promises to the nation.
Present at the meeting were the Governor of Akwa Ibom State Udom Emmanuel, Chief Jim Nwobodo, Tanimu Turaki SAN; Alhaji Sule Lamido, Inna Ciroma and 65 others.