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Wednesday 23rd January 2019,
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2019 General Elections: APC Sets Up Team For Buhari To “Beat” Atiku In Adamawa

2019 general elections

2019 General Election: The Adamawa state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has set up Buhari and Bindow Campaign Team (BBCT) in its Northern Senatorial district, to embark on a house-to-house campaign to ensure victory of the party’s candidates in the zone.

Speaking at the inauguration, Governor Jibrilla Bindow said voting President Buhari for a second term in  2019 general elections is sacrosanct to the state.

Speaking at the occasion, governor Jibrilla Bindow said President Buhari has demonstrated uncommon love for the North East having executed massive road projects in the region.

He also counted the establishment of North East Commission and relentless efforts to end activities of terrorists in the region, as reason why the President must be rewarded with votes next year.

He urged BBCT to step up educating voters on the dangers of political violence, thuggery and vote-buying, while calling on those yet to claim
their PVCs to go for them to avoid being disenfranchised.

The governor charged the youths not to allow any politician use them as thugs.

Various speakers stressed the need to garner more votes for Buhari and other candidates under the banner of APC.

But it is obvious that the BBCT needs to put in a lot of effort if it is to prevent the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar from securing home support.

 

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