“PDP won’t win presidential election” – Bwala


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        PDP won’t win the presidential election – Daniel Bwala.

        Spokesperson to the presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar presidential campaign organisation, Daniel Bwala has made a blunder regarding the chances of his principal winning the election in 2023.

        During an interview with Channels TVs Sunday Politics programme, he said only Labour Party will be able to compete with the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

        Bwala joined the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) from the APC weeks ago and got appointed to the Atiku Presidential campaign organisation.

        In response to a question on whether PDP should be jittery going into the election with APC, he said only Labour Party should have such fears.

        The lawyer accidentally said that PDP knows that it stands no chance of winning the presidential election, but when he realised his error, he quickly corrected himself and mentioned APC.

        Watch the interview below.

        Meanwhile, he recently explained why he turned down an offer to be the spokesperson of the presidential campaign of Bola Tinubu, candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.

        He said:

        “I left an appointment that was already guaranteed for me by the flagbearer of the APC as his presidential spokesman. These were his promises to me directly, personal and his car, and I understood when he was giving me this promise that even governors could opt for a commitment like that. 

        “Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the flagbearer of the APC promised me that he was going to make me the presidential spokesperson for his campaign and he made the promise few weeks before the primaries and I have witnesses that know themselves that are of high repute in government in the party and around him. This is not even a dispute”. 

        Bwala added.

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