January 25, (THEWILL) – The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has stated that if elected into office in February, his administration would put an end to the issue of strikes in the university system of the country.
Tinubu, who disclosed this during the presidential campaign of the All Progressives Congress, held at the MKO Abiola International Stadium, Abeokuta, stressed that his government would also introduce a student loan programme that would ensure that no Nigerian student is unable to complete his or her education because of school fees.
“There will be a student loan, nobody will drop out of university because of school fees, I guarantee you that.
“Nobody will have to repeat one class for eight years and not graduate, we are too smart, we are brilliant, we are courageous, a four-year course will be a four year course”, he stated.
The presidential candidate, while saying that the forthcoming general election is a revolution that would reshape the country, he noted that his administration would do all it can to ensure that the price of Premium Motor Spirit, also known as petrol, is bearable for all Nigerians.
“We are going to use our PVC to claim our mandate, even if they say that there is no fuel, we will walk to vote, let your mind be at rest, we will vote and I will win.
“This election is a revolution, they are saying that petrol will be expensive, they say it will become two hundred Naira per litre, let your mind be at rest, we will bring the price down”, he said.
Tinubu also called on the people of the state to go all out and claim their permanent voter cards still left at the office of the Independent National Electoral Commission, saying they would be able to ensure his victory if they make it their duty to claim their permanent voter cards.
Earlier, the governor of Ogun State, Dapo Abiodun, while assuring the presidential candidate of the party that the votes from the state would be a100%, added that Tinubu is the best deal for the country at this period.