Nigerians Want A Candidate From PDP To Turn Their Situation Around – Ologbondiyan


The National Publicity Secretary for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Kola Ologbondiyan, says Nigerians have moved beyond the current administration of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and are looking up to the PDP to turn their situation around.

Olgnondiyan said this on Saturday during the party’s presidential primary, taking place in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

He said, “You know it as a fact that Nigerians have moved beyond this government and President Muhammadu Buhari and as such, they are looking up to the Peoples Democratic Party to bring out that candidate who understands the nuances of Nigerians. That candidate has the ability to turn our situation in the country today around.

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“We can assure you that the candidate that will emerge from this primary has the capacity to achieve this”.

Speaking further, he stressed that whoever emerges as the winner of the primary, has the capacity to “perform wonders”.

According to him, the party is confident of its chances in the 2019 general elections because it is reformed, rebranded and refocused.

“Of the 12 candidates that we have presented before Nigerians, whoever among them emerges, has a stronger and better capacity to perform wonders in the 21st century for our nation and for our people and as such, we await and Nigerians across the globe, have their eyes turned into this convention arena as we speak,
because of the expectations that they have of the People’s Democratic Party.

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“The joy in the PDP today is that we are reformed, we are refocused, we have rebranded and we are presenting aspirants with experience to Nigerians so Nigerians are at liberty to look around these aspirants and choose that one candidate that will make the difference,” Ologbondiyan said

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