The former vice-president also plans to sell all four national refineries, and cut corporate income tax to be the lowest in Africa.
According to the Atiku Abubakar policy document, the PDD presidential candidate plans to create three million jobs every year.
The policy document was put together with a major delivery timeline of 2019 to 2025.
Other items on Atiku’s plan include, building 5,000 kilometres of roads, and 5,000 kilometres of modern railway.
The plan is built on four cardinal points: jobs, infrastructure, poverty eradication, and human capital development.
The Atiku policy document also seeks to “improve spending efficiency of the federal government and drastically reduce the share of recurrent revenue in the budget from 70% to 35% by 2025”.
According to the document, Atiku also seeks to implement the petroleum industry bill, ensure Nigeria refines over one million barrels of oil per day, and generate 20,000 megawatts of power by 2025.