The PDP has a very high chance 80% chance of winning the 2019 presidential election~ Sen. Emmanuel Bwacha

The PDP has a very high chance 80% chance of winning the 2019 presidential election, Senator Emmanuel Bwacha has said

– According to him, PDP’s chances of winning the 2019 presidential election had been brightened by the poor performance of the APC

– Bwacha further stated that he will work towards the construction of the Donga-Mararaba federal road, if he is re-elected in 2019

Senator Emmanuel Bwacha, deputy senate minority leader, says the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has an over 80 percent chance of winning the presidential election in 2019.
He made the assertion in an interview with newsmen on Monday, October 29, Punch reports.

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Legit.ng gathers that the lawmaker stated that the PDP’s chances of winning the 2019 presidential election had been brightened by the poor performance of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC).

He further urged the people of Taraba to vote for Governor Darius Ishaku and other PDP candidates; for the development of the state.
Bwacha said: “If we return to the 9th Senate and Governor Ishaku wins his second term, we will consolidate on the gains we have made so far.

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“The Donga-Mararaba federal road is a project that is dear to my heart and if l return to the National Assembly, I will work towards the construction of the road.
“If you listened to the governor very well during his speech, he did not give up on the construction of the road; but said if we all return, the road will be given serious attention.”

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In a similar development, Legit.ng previously reported that Senate president Bukola Saraki held a harmonization meeting between old and new members of the PDP in Kwara state; expressing confidence that the party would win the next general elections and produce a new president for Nigeria in 2019.

While addressing ward and local government delegates from the old and new members of the PDP in Kwara state during the harmonisation meeting, Saraki said that, “the future is better and brighter than the past,” promising to ensure cohesion between the two sets of party members.

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