Presidency: 774 PDP LG chairs mobilise support for Atiku

The Local Government council chairmen in 774 Local Government Areas of the country, under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), have commenced mobilisation of electorate at the grass root for the party’s presidential candidate, Alh. Atiku Abubakar, for the 2019 presidential election.
National Chairman of the Forum, Alh. Idris Gana and Publicity Secretary, Jwe Philip Gwom, in a join press statement, in Jos, on Sunday, said the emergence of Atiku was the only alternative to saving Nigeria from the inept leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari.
The Forum said Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has the political and economic experience that will change the fortunes of the people of Nigeria.
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“Going by the way and manner the Peoples Democratic Party conducted its Presidential Primaries in Port-Harcourt, the Rivers state capital under free and fair atmosphere which eventually produced the former Vice President Atiku Abubakar as its presidential bearer for 2019 polls, the grassroots local government chairmen of the party in 774 local government areas in the country have gone to the field at the grass roots to drum support for Atiku Presidency come 2019.
“The Peoples Democratic party is one party with mass followership across the country and as such the leadership of the party at the national, states and local government areas have resolved to work as a team with one mission to deliver the people of Nigerians from the grip of APC government which has failed in the last 4 years to deliver and fulfill promises made to Nigerians.
‘’The people are going through untold hardship at both urban and rural areas across the states of the federation with no effort made by President Buhari’s government to make life comfortable for the people of this country.”
The statement revealed that the electorate at the local government areas across the country have expressed their readiness to take their destiny into their hands by voting for change of government come 2019.


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