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2019 election: PDP is dead – Wamakko, Tambuwal declare



The state leader of All Progressives Congress APC, and former Governor of Sokoto State, Senator Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko, and Zonal Coordinator of the APC campaign Alhaji Umaru Nangwari Tambuwal, have declared the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP dead.
They said that they are already doing a final burial of the PDP in Sokoto State.
Wamakko and Tambuwal spoke in Denge Town, Headquarters of Denge-Shuni Local Government during the state during APC campaign flag off.
Wamakko said that APC was the only party that means well for the state and Nigeria.
Presenting the APV flag to the governorship candidate of the party in the coming election, Ahmed Aliyu Sokoto and Faruk Malami Yabo, his deputy, Wamakko said by God’s grace, the election is already won.
The former Governor said that APC tries to bring politicians who fear God, who loves the state and who are ready to work for the state.
“This journey is for all of you. Come out en masse and ensure that PDP gets a final burial in the state. Cast all your votes for the APC. 
“Cast all your votes for President Muhammadu Buhari in the coming general elections,” he stated.
Also speaking Tambuwal said no politician in the state commands followership like Senator Aliyu Wamakko.
He said, “We are doing official burial ceremony of PDP in the state. We learnt former governor, Dalhatu Bafarawa petitioned EFCC that he left 13 billion in Sokoto’s coffers before leaving office.
“APC is challenging Bafarawa today to come out and state which bank and the amount number such money was saved.
“We have done our calculation and come to the conclusion that PMB is going to win in 26 states with the exclusion of Abuja.”

Yusuf Luka, is a journalist by profession with few years of experience, I am also a graduate of Bingham University. Outside of work, I enjoy hiking with friends, Reading books, and Watching movies. Let's connect on social media.

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