APC: we will create 7 million jobs if re-elected

The All Progressives Congress, APC, and its presidential candidate,
Muhammadu Buhari, have promised to create seven million new jobs in 2019 and beyond. This was contained in the party’s manifesto titled: “Next Level” which was released on Sunday in Abuja. The ruling party disclosed that plans were underway for industrialising the nation and supporting its march away from mono-economy while creating new jobs.

An analysis of the document’s content under job creation reveals that the APC and its presidential flagbearer plan to create 6.5million new jobs from the agricultural sector. Specifically, the manifesto says its agricultural mechanisation policy will generate 5million new jobs while its livestock transformation plan will add 1.5million to the country’s workforce. The APC also said its presidential candidate would create another 500,000 jobs in the technology and creative fields through a $500,000 innovation fund to the sectors bringing the total numberof targeted new jobs to seven million.

The manifesto further revealed that an extra 300,000 jobs will be
created for food vendors and farmers with the expansion of the
scope of its school feeding program from 9.2million to 15million

Finally, on jobs creation, the party said it will engage one million
unemployed graduates under its N-Power programme, support
another one million citizens through its Anchor Borrowers’
programme, skill-up 10 million Nigerians under a voucher payment
system in partnership with private sector, and train 200,000 youths
for outsourcing market in technology services and entertainment.

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  1. That is how all these lies starts

  2. Let them continue

  3. That is how God will punish them all

  4. Hmm

  5. hmmm

  6. Hahahaha.very funny

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