National Chairman of the Peoples’ Democratic Party, Prince Uche Secondus, has said that the general elections slated for 2019 may not hold if the Ekiti State governorship election is not conducted fairly.
Secondus stated this on Wednesday while receiving a Forum of PDP Local Government Chairmen at the party’s national secretariat in Abuja.
He said the party would ensure it clings to power at the Presidential level in 2019. Adding that, the PDP would “save Nigerians from the All Progressives Congress-inflicted hardship.”
“We have warned them not to rig the Ekiti governorship election because there will be a crisis.
“There may be no election in 2019 if Ekiti election is rigged.
“We won’t post persons who are hungry on party’s assignments; people who are looking for money.
“We have resolved here at Wadata that no one can change positions or names of people that have won elections. That was in the past,” Secondus said.
On his part, leader of the forum, Kabiru Bello Dan-Dogo, praised the the party’s national chairman for his leadership since he assumed office and vowed to drum up support at the grass-root level to ensure the party’s victory at the presidential poll.
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