Friday, 20 March 2015

PDP will Not Win by a Landslide, But will Be Victorious, says Mu’azu

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Adamu Mu’azu, has said he is not expecting a landslide victory for the party in the general election, but he is convinced that the PDP will emerge victorious in the election.

According to Muazu, “While I do not see a landslide victory coming, I am convinced that our party will perform creditably in the South-west and the North of Nigeria and elsewhere in all the elections this year because the evidence is clear that despite our travails at the beginning, we have done very well over the past 16 years of our nascent democracy since 1999 to record a victory. Those who disbelieve our resilience will be surprised for victory is ours.”

In a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Tony Amadi, on Thursday, Mu’azu also promised that President Goodluck Jonathan will declare a marshall plan to rebuild the North-east geo-political zone affected by the war if he is reelected.
“Our party has this programme on the top of our agenda in the next four years. That will be the right way to wipe away the scars of war among the people of that area,” Mu’azu stated.

According to the national chairman, PDP would win South-west and the North despite “our travails at the beginning.”

He added that after three weeks of town hall meetings, PDP was inching its way to victory in the 2015 presidential election.

“We shall continue this interactive engagement with Nigerians until March 26 when campaigns officially end before the March 28 presidential elections, presenting our scorecard in government, our programmes in the next four years to 2019, using the town hall format and meeting our revered traditional rulers.
“The PDP has a special plan that will see them play more roles in government in the near future via the instrument of the constitution. We believe that the traditional institution is crucially important to the peace, harmony and progress of our father land,” Mu’azu added.

He blamed the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) for the media report that he had problems with President Jonathan.

“We are going around the country in search of undecided voters, who are the final battle ground where the election will be won or lost. The APC can continue to stir the rumour mills into believing that Mr. President and myself are in dispute, but we are very serious about winning a fourth presidential election and Insha Allah, we shall make it,” he said
Source: This Day News

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