In a statement PDP shared on their official Twitter page, they displayed confidence that they are going to win the November gubernatorial election which is to take place in Kogi State.
Here is the full statement…
The @OfficialPDPNig will win the November 2019 governorship election in Kogi state and salvage the state by enthroning a people-oriented government in the state.
This is just as the leadership of the party assures that the Presidential mandate, which Nigerians freely gave to @atiku on February 23, will be retrieved at the tribunal.
The position of the party came at the end of a crucial meeting of Kogi @OfficialPDPNig critical stakeholders at the Party’s National Secretariat, in Abuja on Wednesday, where the leaders resolved to forego all personal ambitions and work together for the interest of the party and the Kogi people ahead of the election.
Speaking at the opening of the meeting, PDP National Publicity Secretary, @officialKolaO said that @OfficialPDPNig’s winning streaks in the just concluded governorship elections in Bauchi, Imo, Rivers, Adamawa, Bauchi, Osun among other states will be reenacted in the forthcoming Kogi governorship election.
“As we all know, our people have gone through pains, pangs, acute poverty, hunger, dehumanization, brutalization, job losses, untimely deaths, suicide and all sorts of anguish as a result of the misrule of the incumbent APC government.
“The people of Kogi state are therefore looking up to the @OfficialPDPNig for a rescue and we cannot afford to fail them. We must therefore not allow anything to demoralize us as the winning streaks, which our party displayed in Imo, Adamawa, Bauchi, Osun among others, will be repeated in Kogi state by the grace of Almighty God.
“In this race, we must also bear in mind that we have the support of the people. Kogi state has always been home to the @OfficialPDPNig notwithstanding the temporary setback of the @OfficialAPCNg .
We must therefore prepare ourselves, stand with the people and salvage our dear state from the pangs of misrule. Our people yearn to move forward and we must give them that leverage which they earnestly seek”.