- Kaduna state deputy governor, Barnabas Bantex said President Buhari and Governor El-Rufai will win their re-election bid
- The deputy governor expressed confidence that Buhari’s and El-Rufai’s track records would work for them
- Bantex added that the APC is only waiting to celebrate the outcome of the elections
Kaduna state deputy governor, Barnabas Bantex, has expressed optimism that President Muhammadu Buhari and Governor Nasir El-Rufai will emerge victorious in the 2019 presidential and governorship elections respectively.
Bantex, who spoke on Saturday, January 12, during a campaign tour of Zonkwa, Zangon Kataf local government area of the state, said that the chances of APC winning the general election at the federal and state levels were high.
Bantex said that he was confident that Buhari’s and El-Rufai’s track records would work for them at the polls, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
He said that the APC was only waiting to celebrate the outcome.
He, however, enjoined the people of the area to come out en masse and throw their support behind Buhari, El-Rufai and all other APC candidates vying for legislative positions at the state and national levels.
Bantex is the senatorial flag bearer of the APC for Kaduna South senatorial district.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Governor El-Rufai said there are over a million Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) yet to be collected in the state.
El-Rufai made the statement when traders of the popular Kaduna textile market, Kasuwan Barci, paid him a visit at the government house in Kaduna to back his second term bid.
The governor urged the traders to help in sensitising their members and the general public to approach INEC to collect their cards.
El-Rufai cautioned electorates against surrendering their PVC or its details to people going round, saying the motive of the opposition party was to clone and invalidate their PVCs.
NAIJ.com (naija.ng) -> Legit.ng. We have upgraded to serve you better.
Buhari, Atiku, Sowore, Ezekwesili? Who will win if election is held today? | Legit TV