The director general of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP presidential campaign council, Aminu Tambuwal, ahead of the presidential election scheduled to take place in Saturday, has again downplayed the chances of the labour party presidential candidate, Peter Obi emerging victorious at the polls.
The governor of Sokoto state who was speaking to crowd of supporters noted that he doesn't want to speak about the former governor of Anambra, as he claimed he was unable to conduct one local government election in his state when he was a governor.
Aminu Tambuwal who made this claims also noted that the labour party presidential candidate isn't democratic enough, as he sought further to question his resolve in attempting to contest for the presidential election.
Speaking further, he challenged the labour party to bring out the record that shows that their principal had conducted any election while he was the governor of Anambra state.
In his words..."I will not talk of labour, because there candidate, when he was governor of Anambra state, he was not even able to conduct one single local government election. I challenge the labour people to bring that record where Peter Obi was able to conduct one local government election, so how can he be now attempting to be president of Nigeria, he is not democratic enough"
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