Tinubu’ll win with landslide in Nasarawa, says state APC chair
All Progressives Congress (APC)’s presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu will win the Saturday election with a landslide.
Mr. John Mamman, the party’s chairman in the state stated this while addressing newsmen in Lafia, the state capital on Thursday.
Mr. Mamman also said the party will clinch all the national assembly seats in the election slated for February 25.
He noted that the party has campaigned vigorously and held town hall meetings with stakeholders across the 13 local government and 18 Development Areas in the state, noting that the responses have been overwhelming.
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He said the election is a done deal going by “what we see on the field. Our presidential candidate and others contesting for various positions are just waiting to be swear in.”
He said, “We have met with critical stakeholders in the state. We have trained our agents who will work for us during the elections across the 147 electoral wards in the state, they are 3,256 agents.
“Every necessary thing concerning the 2023 general election has been put in place. The reason why we have made all these efforts is to ensure that we have an election devoid of violence and rancour.
“We are not scared of participating in the elections because our candidates have great leadership qualities and we are confident that they will emerge victorious.”
According to him, the party had already trained 3,256 polling agents to man polling unit at various electoral wards in the state.
He also said the party has been meeting with stakeholders at various levels; political appointees, religious organisations, students and other allies association.
“The fundamental reason for meeting with all these groups is to ensure that we have a hitch – free election, devoid of violence and rancour.
“Election is not a do or die affairs, so, we have been appealing to people, every sector we meet to canvass for vote to ensure the decency with which we play our democratic responsibility and role,” he said.
While commending the Independent National Electoral Commission for promptly distributing the sensitive and non-sensitive materials for the elections across the State, he appealed to security agencies to ensure that the lives and properties of residents of the State are protected during the elections.