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2019 Walkover For PDP, Says Bafarawa

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Former governor of Sokoto State, Attahiru Bafarawa, has boasted that the 2019 general elections would be a walkover for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
Bafarawa disclosed this at the PDP national secretariat in Abuja, where he picks his nomination and expression of interest forms to contest for the 2019 presidential election under the party.
The former governor of Sokoto State expressed optimism that the party’s manifesto will sell the party to Nigerians in the 2019 general elections, which according to him will lead to a landslide victory for the party.
According to him, ‘’The cardinal principle of any good government or party is the manifesto. PDP has a robust which Nigerians cannot resist. Only the PDP manifesto mentions what the party is going to do for the Nigerians.”
He stressed that good governance and party supremacy must be respected at all times.
The former governor of Sokoto State described the increasing number of candidates contesting for the presidential ticket under the PDP as a major boost an encouragement for the party, adding that it shows that the party has a robust ideology which is generally acceptable by Nigerians.
Unlike other party who has just a consensus candidate, he said “The PDP is the most acceptable party by Nigerians and that is why more people are contesting under the flagship of the PDP, unlike other parties who have a consensus candidate.”
He said that all contestants are one family, adding that their mission is to get rid of the APC in the 2019 general elections.
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