A former governor of Plateau State and Presidential aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Jonah Jang, has vowed not to step down for any other aspirant.
Jang, who made this vow while fielding questions from journalists at his residence in Maitama, Abuja, said the development became imperative because he purchased the nomination form of the opposition party.
The former Plateau State governor said he won’t step down because he was determined to become President.
His words: “If I am to step down, why would I be aspiring in the first place?
“I am here to run for the presidency and become the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“Who do you want me to step down for? My party cannot ask me to step down because they sold that form to me.”
Jang also highlighted his plans if he became President, noting that he would revamp the economy of the country and restructure the anti-corruption bodies so that they would no longer be perceived as hunting political opponents.
“The way we are fighting corruption is discouraging people from investing into the economy of Nigeria.
“You start a business they send EFCC to investigate how you got the money. Of course, economy of a country can’t be developed without fighting corruption but I would do that in a different way. I would structure them to the international standard,” he said.