The All Progressives Congress APC (APC) in Adamawa state has promised its Presidential candidate Bola Ahmed Tinubu he will score a landslide victory in the state in the 2023 general election.
Speaking during the inauguration of the Presidential Campaign Council (PCC ) in Yola, the State chairman of the party, Mr Tadawus Samaila said they would work hard to beat Atiku Abubakar, PDP Presidential candidate in his home state.
The PCC team in the state is led by a grassroot politician and a former Deputy Governor of the State, Martins Babale who pledged to deliver all the candidates of APC in the forthcoming general election.
The 2023 general election may be tougher for the Presidential candidate of the PDP, Atiku Abubakar with the calibre of politicians that made the list of the All Progressives Congress APC (APC) Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) in his home base, Adamawa State.
Speaking at the inauguration of the committee, the party’s state chairman tasked them to deliver the state to Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu and other candidates.
He advised the party supporters to ensure they collect their Permanent Voter Cards for the success of the party.
In his remarks, Martin Babale PCC’s Coordinator in the state boasted of a formidable team to secure victory for Tinubu and Kashim in the state.
According to him, APC is already a winning party and that no party in the state will beat them in the 2023 elections.
He added that they have already begins grassroots mobilization to ensure that the party win the election from National down to State Assembly.
The PCC publicity Secretary, Mohammed Mayas also stated that the incumbent Governor should begin to pack his luggage as their Gubernatorial candidate is more capable and fit to replace him in 2023.
The team is made up of Vibrant politicians like Musa Ahmed, Fenny Fwa, Emmanuel Tsamdu, Musa Kamale, Mahmoud Sali, Engr Ramatu Sali Bello, Olvadi Bema, and many others.
The political pundits believe that it’s too close to predict who will win Adamawa State between the two major political party the All Progressives Congress and the Peoples Democratic Party base on the number of prominent politicians among them.