Victory in AMAC good signal for 2023, says PDP on FCT Polls results

Posted by News Express | 14 February 2022 | 397 times

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•PDP National Chairman, Dr Iyorchia Ayu

 

By EMMANUEL OLONIRUHA

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has described its return to power in the Abuja Municipal Council (AMAC) of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) as a sign of victory for the 2023 general elections.

The PDP National Chairman, Dr Iyorchia Ayu, in a statement he issued on Sunday, in Abuja, said that the victory in the FCT area council election would be replicated in the Osun and Ekiti states governors’ elections.

“What we have just achieved in Abuja, the seat of power, will be replicated in Ekiti and Osun states later this year, culminating in our take-over of power at the centre next year, to usher in a better, more prosperous and secure Nigeria.

“PDP is back to rescue Nigeria and the rescue begins from the seat of power in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, FCT”, he added.

Ayu said that the victory in AMAC was “a great omen” under his watch as his leadership would lead PDP back to winning ways and rebuilding Nigeria.”

“The victory of our great party, the PDP, signposts the promise of a better Nigeria under my watch, leading this team of dedicated and committed party members.

“The victory at the FCT polls of Saturday, Feb. 12, represents a great omen under my watch, as we lead PDP back to winning ways and rebuilding Nigeria.”

He said that the victory to PDP was the important AMAC, because it was a signal that Nigerians desired to return PDP to power.

Christopher Zakka, the PDP candidate, polled 19,302 votes as against the 13,240 votes of his closest rival, Murtala Usman of the APC, to win the election.

“This victory is dedicated to all leaders of our party, particularly the state governors, NEC members, NWC members as well as the millions of party members across the nation”, Ayu said. (NAN)


Source: News Express

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