Says Nigerians’ll re-choose Buhari in 2019 as gratefulness for good work … Says abandonments won’t stop Buhari’s triumph By Anthony Ogbonna with organization columnist A former Minister of Information, Chief Tony Momoh, on Friday said the exit of a few fat cats from the All Progressives Congress (APC) won’t stop President Muhammadu Buhari’s re-race in 2019.
Senate President, Bukola Saraki, Sen. Dino Melaye, Sen. Barnabas Gemade were some of several National Assembly individuals that had dumped the APC for the People’s Democratic Party(PDP) as of late. Gov. Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto, Gov. Samuel Ortom of Benue and Gov. Abdul Fatah Ahmed of Kwara had additionally left with a significant number of their state places of gathering individuals to the PDP. The Publicity Secretary of APC, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi, who is the political godson of Saraki had additionally left the gathering for PDP. Momoh, additionally an APC chieftain, who gave the announcement through a phone meeting with newsmen in Lagos anyway stated, in actuality, that President Buhari will win the deserters even in their areas.
Momoh said while the deserters may get significant votes in favor of their new gathering in their particular zones, Buhari would, in any case, win in their areas. The former pastor said Buhari got a bigger number of votes than the vast majority of the deserters in their individual zones and states, and that a similar thing would occur in the following race. He said the president had done well as a pioneer, and that Nigerians would demonstrate him increase by re-choosing him.
As for him, “I don’t figure the abandonment would prevent the President from winning in the following decision. “I won’t state that it won’t influence the votes of the president; votes are about individuals, and now that a few people have abandoned, it will have some effect. “In any case, I don’t feel that the effect will be to such an extent that it would prevent the president from winning. “Come to think, the president got a greater number of votes more than the deserters in their senatorial zones and states for the most part in the North in 2015. “In general, he got 15million votes in the decision.
Since he is the president who has performed well, he will get more votes for the most part in the South-South and South-East. “He has conveyed extraordinary tasks in these two locales which did not by any means vote in favor of him in 2018. “The votes the president will get in these districts will make up substantially more for the specific couple of votes he may lose to rebellions in the North,” he said. Momoh said APC ought not to lose rest over the absconding, as Buhari would record his greatest win ever in 2019.
The former pastor said the president had not disillusioned Nigerians on the three-pronged guarantees of security, defilement, and economy on which he crusaded. He said the second term of the president would empower him to merge on his present accomplishments