Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), General Muhammadu Buhari has promised that he would go all out to build four new refineries for Nigeria if elected on March 28.
Buhari, who stated this during a town hall meeting on security, in Abuja, noted that: “I have said that the APC as a party has identified three fundamental problems in this country. You cannot repeat them so often, because everybody talks about them. They are insecurity, the destruction of the economy and corruption, which has become a vicious cycle.
“The state of insecurity, as we said when the election was extended by six weeks, is that if thegovernment and military could me not tame Boko Haram for 5 years, what will they do in 6 weeks?
“But I think that some positive moves have been made, though we are still at it. The first thing they should have done is to make sure that you have a good plan on the ground to take care of the welfare of the law enforcement agents,” he stated.
On the missing Chibok girls, he said, “it is really a great embarrassment to this country. Since Independence, I don’t think we have been reduced to such a position as a nation, imagine the disappearance of 220 girls between the ages 14 and 18 for almost a year and government could not do anything about it and this same government says it wants to remain in place?”