President Buhari promise to find out PDP govt. $16bn power fund.

YENAGOA—THE presidential applicant of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Saturday’s poll, President Muhammadu Buhari has promised to probe the $16 billion supposedly spent by past organizations on the power division. buhari in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State amid the presidential battle rally of the APC, held at the Oxbow Lake Pavilion, said he will make open officers responsible to the general population, similarly as he guaranteed that his organization will consider important its projects of security, economy, and framework. The president’s battle train had before visited Governor Seriake Dickson at the Government House, Yenagoa and the Bayelsa State Traditional Rulers Council, where he met with rulers in the state before arriving the crusade rally scene. Conceding that battling debasement had not been simple, Buhari said he would test and recuperate the $16 billion spent on power by the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, drove past organizations with nothing to appear for it. PDP, SDP, amass differ over Buhari’s execution His words: “You realize we are building streets, railroads, there was no power, we are bringing power back. The past governments referenced alone that they burned through $16 billion on power yet you are preferable observers over myself, where is the power? Where is the cash? We will tail them, in the long run we will get them and we will recover our cash. I guarantee you that we will keep up center in verifying this nation and mange it legitimately. “I guarantee you that the APC government will consider important our projects on security, economy and framework. We are additionally encouraging that we will make individuals who involve official positions both in administrative and state governments to be responsible to the general population. “On the off chance that you could review, when I came in 2015 with our gathering, we enunciated issues which we battled on and which we are chipping away at, among them security, economy and battling defilement.”