Thursday, 8 January 2015

PDP’ll record 100% victory in Benue –Suswam

Benue State Governor, Gabriel Suswam, has assured that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) under his leadership has put all necessary machinery in place to win all the elective positions in the forthcoming general election in the state.

Speaking at the inauguration  of the governorship campaign council and directorate at Aminu Isah kontagora Theatre Complex in Makurdi yesterday, Suswam said the recently held party primary was the most transparent governorship primary in which aspirants who lost out were content with.

“Let nobody be deceived this time around, we are going to record 100 percent victory as before. The opposition party is going to have nothing. We must return to the record of 1999 where we won all the seats in Benue State,” he said.

He said apart from the former Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Samuel Ortom, other aspirants accepted the outcome of the primary, saying they had since congratulated the winner, Mr. Terhemen Tarzoor and were on the campaign train to ensure his victory at the polls next month.

Suswam said it was better for the worst candidate in PDP to win election than to vote a best candidate in the opposition party, positing that President Goodluck Jonathan would win landslide in February 14 general elections in the country with Benue taking the lead.

He assured that when elected, Tarzoor would build on the foundation his administration had laid and described the Tarzoor/Ngbede ticket as the most solid one that had already nailed the opposition party, which at the moment was battling with crisis over imposition of candidates.

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