Abuja – Taking a swipe at the President Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government, Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), on Wednesday, November 16, decried what he known as the lopsided appointment of heads of safety groups in Nigeria.
Atiku noted that presently, 17 heads of safety agencies across Nigeria are from the northern region, Channels TV reports.
I’ll foster unity in Nigeria – Atiku
During an interactive session with members of the Nigerian Guild of Editors in Abuja, the former vice president stated when he comes into power, this will change as his government will foster unity through bringing succesful hands from all parts of the country into the safety sector.
His words: “Today, we have 17 heads of various security agencies. All of them come from the North; I will not do that. I will make sure that every geopolitical zone is represented in these security outfits. This is also another way you can unify this country and give every part of this country a sense of belonging.
“PDP will form a government of national unity. We will bring members of the opposition who would have lost and then, of course, we will move on from there. This is when only the ways to unify this country and we will now begin to move.