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PDP will win 2019 general elections – Youth Leader


Kuje (FCT)  –  Youth Leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kuje Area Council in the Federal Capital Territory, Mr Adamu Dogo, said the party would win the 2019 general elections and called for support from Nigerians.

Adamu stated this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kuje on Thursday during the party’s congress to elect its leaders in the area.

He said that the congress would also serve as vehicle to reconcile all members of the party that were aggrieved with the outcome of the recent council polls in the territory.

“Adequate arrangement has been put in place to ensure that PDP wins 2019 general elections at the national and state levels.

“We have realized the mistakes we made at the last elections and therefore, the necessary calculations are in top gear.

“I want to call on all members that are not happy with the outcome of the just-concluded FCT chairmanship elections to reconcile their differences and join hands for the future,’’ Adamu said.

He said the party in the area had five cardinal programmes consisting agriculture, education, health, infrastructure development and youth empowerment.

He urged members to respect the party Constitution at all times, adding that PDP would come out stronger, vibrant and more united during and after 2019 elections.

“All party members are charged to always see themselves as one family and not to see politics as a do-or-die affair.

“The resolution committee will ensure that each of the senatorial districts presents an aspirant out of the many aspirants that will want to contest in future.

“Aspirants who have indicated interest to contest for any position will be expected to agree on only one aspirant to avoid any disagreement.

“This will enable the party to avoid distractions and pool resources to defeat other parties’ candidates,’’ Adamu said. (NAN)

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