Former vice President of Nigeria ,Atiku Abubakar has challenged President Goodluck Jonathan to end insecurity .
Addressing APC delegates at his resident in Plateau state on Tuesday ahead of the party presidential primaries schedule on Saturday in Beni ,Edo state capital .
Abubakar solicited the supporters of APC members to vote out PDP in Plateau state and also to vote for him as the President of Nigeria come 2015 because he is the most experienced politicians amongst those aspiring for presidential position in this country.
According to him, he will ensure that change take place in plateau state and also in Aso Rock Abuja.
Atiku Abubakar donated 5 million for the party and 5 million the elders of the party with 50,000 each to all the delegates including the free accommodation and feeding in Beni state.
The former vice president appealed to the delegates to support the APC with any little contribution so that the party can win the forthcoming election.
” I am not a selfish politicians , I have show love for this country democracy so nobody can stop my ambition as the presidential aspirant but if I am found guilty then DPO or the party has the right to disqualified me not individual”, he explained.
Pointing out that ,he is not a political prostitute ,I don’t change party even if I did is part of the beauty of democracy ,I urge you to have rethink Nigerians ,he said.
According to him ,”iam the most credible aspirant due to my past records as the vice president for over 8 years I know the tactics more than anybody today in the country.
Speaking earlier the state Chairman of APC ,Hon. Latep Dabang expressed happiness with the visit of APC presidential aspirant Alh Atiku Abubakar for also supporting the state chapter with 16 million naira during the just concluded Local Government polls .
He promised that the party have what its take to move to little Rayfield government house that is under construction by the Gov.Jang in 2015.
Dabang assured the aspirant of APC of their support and promise to deliver the state delegates