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2019 General Elections: Buhari Will Defeat Atiku, Sowore And Others Says Otunba Elegbeleye

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2019 General Elections: Buhari Will Defeat Atiku, Sowore And Others Says Otunba Elegbeleye

Former Federal House of Representatives Member, Otunba Gbenga Elegbeleye has said unequivocally that the ruling party flag bearer, President Mohammedu Buhari will beat former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar who is People Democratic Party presidential candidate for the forthcoming pull in February, 2019.

The Ondo state politician drew his assertion from assessments of the ongoing administration led by the Incumbent, in his words, “This coming election, well the truth must be told ahead of this election because Buhari would win again. Based on my rating I’m giving him 65 percent for development is stages having put in place quality measures which are going to manifest in the next 10 years and Nigeria obviously would be a better place,” he assured.

“You can’t compare Buhari with other Presidential Candidates looking at their backgrounds they are not on same pedestal.

“What have seen that he’s doing in fact an average southeasterner knows that they have gotten a lot of good things in terms of Infrastructures in their region. In southwest I have seen lots of infrastructural development in the area of good roads construction; same way in terms of local commerce. Poor people are being given little money to Trade which has never happened before and now there is not much barrier between the rich and the poor people, so Buhari is the only man who can talk for the masses not Atiku and others,” he maintained.

The Otunba of Ikare, Gbenga Elegbeleye who served as Director General Of National Sports Commission under former President Goodluck Johnathan opined that the mass exodus of All Progressives Congress (APC) members who changed Party affiliation to People Democratic Party did so since their style was not suitable for the country’s ruling party ideology.

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