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APGA presidential aspirant vows solve insecurity, improve economy via judiciary

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APGA presidential aspirant vows solve insecurity, improve economy via judiciary

Saturday, May 7, 2022

Peter Umeadi

Peter Umeadi

Peter Umeadi, a presidential aspirant on the platform of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), says repositioning Nigeria’s judicial system to engender security and economic prosperity will be paramount on his agenda if elected in 2023.

” My presidency will strengthen the judiciary branch of government and improve our judicial system through strict application of principles, separation of powers, due process and law.

” He told journalists that he would use his judicial system in order to ensure security for lives and properties, and to bring about economic revival and prosperity for Nigerians.”

Mr Umeadi also pledged to support the common good of all Nigerians, regardless of ethnicity.

“I promise to manage Nigeria with fairness and firmness in order to achieve progress, harmony, and prosperity,” said Mr Umeadi to journalists, former Chief Judge of Anambra State.

The aspirant stated that his administration would prudently expend resources in order to provide basic amenities to all Nigerians, and reposition Nigeria to greatness.

According to him, the presidency of his country will overcome its pertinent developmental problems.

” The right mindset is essential to assume the presidency of Nigeria.

” And the mentality to quickly overcome the development challenges that bedevil Nigerians is what I bring into the office,” said he.

(NAN)

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