The federal lawmaker representing Ohanivo federal constituency in the lower chamber, Hon. Livinus Makwe, has hinted that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), would tackle the insecurity ravaging the country if voted into power in 2023.
He disclosed this during an interview with journalists at the PDP national convention Abuja.
Makwe acknowledged there were security challenges when the party was ruling, but added that they were effectively managed.
He noted that the party’s experience in governance will help it tackle insecurity effectively, even as he pointed out that the successful convention of the party was an indication that it was ready to make amends for its past mistakes and solve the nation’s challenges.
He said: “We agree that the nation experienced security challenges when PDP was in power but it was effectively managed.
“The situation was not as it is presently and Nigerians should make the right decisions during the next general elections”.
“The peaceful conduct of our convention showed that we have repositioned to deliver Nigerian from security challenges.
“The spirit of oneness shown by party faithful during the convention should show Nigerians that we remain the best choice”.
The federal lawmaker, said the party would solve the economic and other socio-cultural challenges facing Nigeria if given another chance to rule.
He urged the new national executives of the party to work towards ensuring that it recaptures power at the centre in 2023.
He added: “They should unite all members to sustain the prevailing spirit of commitment in the party.
“Party faithful should give them the necessary support to succeed in ensuring that we attain all goals”.