PORT HARCOURT – Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, General Mohammadu Buhari, retired, has declared that his foremost challenge should he be voted as Nigeria’s next president in the March 28  elections will be to kill corruption so that corruption does not kill Nigeria.
Buhari who spoke at a South- South Zonal Presidential Rally, at the Liberation Stadium, Elekahia, in Port Harcourt, yesterday, insisted that monumental corruption in the past 16 years that the Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP, had formed the federal government as well as controlled most of the states in the country has retarded Nigeria’s economic growth and development, “which has permeated virtually into all spheres of the country”.
He stated: “The issue before us is very clear indeed. Please sit in your home, or in small groups, and ask yourselves these questions: How much has accrued to Nigeria in the past 16 years that the PDP has controlled the federal government? How much of these funds have trickled down to you as a Nigerian?  Whatever answers you arrive at should determine what party and candidate that you will vote for on March 28.