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Saraki Speaks on Losing Ticket and Possible Crisis To Rock PDP after

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The Nigeria Senate president Abubakar Bukola saraki has said that the People’s Democratic Party PDP would never break into pieces because of the emrgence of Atiku Abubakar the former vice President of Nigeria as the flag bearer of the party, at the party national convention just concluded yesterday, enclosed with Party’s presidential primary.

This was contained in a statement made available to NIGERIA DAILY TIMES, and the statement was duly signed by the senate president special adviser on Media and Publicity on Monday morning, said that those that expecting the party to fall into crisis has made an error calculation and swear to do everything he has to make sure everything goes well in 2019 election for PDP to come out victorious.

Saraki did not leave any stone unturned, he commended the delegates to the convention and members of the electorate committees led by Gov. Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta state for holding a convention in which the election was well manage in a  free and fair atmosphere.

“Our just concluded convention was a partisan event which the country can show-case as an example that democracy has a future in Nigeria and that when we are determined we can elect our leaders without any manipulation, intimidation and violation of the law and democratic norms.

“The credit goes to the leadership of our party led by Prince Uche Secondus, the organizing committee led by Governor Okowa, the numerous delegates who came from across the country and conducted themselves in a civil, mature and democratic manner. I give kudos to them.

“My commendation also goes to the government and people of Rivers State for providing the best necessary facilities for hosting over 5000 delegates, campaign workers, security personnel, observers, media people and others who came to play one role or the other in the convention.

“More importantly, let me congratulate the winner and new flagbearer of our party and all the fellow aspirants for running credible and mature campaigns and working all along to reassure millions of our fellow party members and other Nigerians that PDP will leave the convention venue more united and ready to work together to form the next government at the federal and other levels in a manner that we will unite the country, grow the economy, carry along all stakeholders, empower the youths and make government serve the people better.

“Like I said in my speech at the convention after the official declaration of Alhaji Atiku as winner, all the other aspirants, especially myself, are ready to walk and work with him to spread the positive message of the PDP and his campaigns acrosss the nooks and crannies of the country such that the PDP will win the 2019 general elections.

“Those who expect that the party will degenerate into crisis after the primaries have miscalculated. We will all work for the Atiku-PDP ticket to succeed and contribute ideas into solving the problems confronting Nigeria today. The event in Port Harcourt between yesterday and today was a victory for Nigeria and for democracy. We will not lose the momentum but sustain it to rebuild Nigeria and elect Alhaji Atiku Abubakar as the next President of Nigeria.

“I wish all our delegates and other participants in the convention journey mercies back home”, Saraki stated.

Meanwhile Nigeria Daily Times has earlier reported that Atiku Abubakar has be name the flag bearer of PDP after the 2018 PDP national convention.

Saraki has also congratulates Atiku Abubakar and believes that the party member and other presidential aspirants will work hand to hand with him.

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