Waffi Tv: On Wednesday 16th January 2019 The Executive Director(Projects) ,Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) Samuel Adjogbe said President Muhammadu Buhari’s Achievement In The Last Three Years Would Enable Him Secure Victory In The Forthcoming 2019 Presidential Elections
Adjogbe who talked while hosting candidates of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Delta Central senatorial district ahead of the campaign visit by President Buhari, be that as it may, focused on the requirement for the party faithful to “promote unity while guaranteeing victory at the 2019 polls.”
Adjogbe, a patron of the Buhari Support Group Center BSGC (South-South zone), encouraged the candidates to “consolidate on the remarkable achievements of the President Buhari administration, especially through the NDDC, while reflecting the true position of things during respective campaigns.”
He advised the candidates to campaign vehemently and reach out to all party faithful irrespective of intra-party tendencies to guarantee victory at the polls.
“I encourage every candidate to mobilize party members en-masse to the venue of the presidential campaign in Warri to receive Mr. President on January 17, 2019,” he said.
House of Representatives candidate of the party in the Sapele/Okpe/Uvwie Federal constituency, Monday Igbuya, acknowledged the achievements of the Buhari administration through the NDDC, which he noted as “unprecedented” within a short time frame.
On his part, Francis Waive, APC House of Representatives candidate for Ughelli/Udu, was quick to take note of “the far-reaching impact of people-oriented programs sponsored by the Federal government is a pointer to the positive vision of the present administration.”
APC candidate in Ughelli North constituency II in the state House of Assembly, Jaro Egbo said: “With the number of viable projects executed across the Niger Delta region, APC candidates in the region have a whole lot to campaign with, bearing in mind that these projects speak for themselves of what good governance is all about.”