As Nigerians still awaits the final result from the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP presidential campaign council, Daniel Bwala has expressed optimism on his principal, Atiku Abubakar in emerging victorious against the other candidates.
Bwala who was speaking on a programme on Channels Television claimed that in states where the former vice president is not leading, he still finds himself at the second spot, and not in the third spot.
He said it is only in states like Lagos and Kano which his presidential candidate so far is not leading or also not in the second spot.
The PDP PCC spokesperson who showed confidence in Atiku Abubakar becoming the leading candidate in the presidential race noted that his statement is coming from the various results from agents in all the respective parties.
In his words..."Of all the results that is being shared whether offline or online by all political parties, Atiku Abubakar, apart from Lagos and Kano, in every part of Nigeria where he is not leading, he is number 2, and not in the number 3 spot"
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