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Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by gabriel212: 9:15pm On Oct 07, 2014
The political experience and argument are required here to put more light on the matter.
Ahead of the Saturday election in Adamawa, the two major party in the state are flexing their political muscle to deliver the state for the party or interest they protect. starting with the APC !
1. IF APC lose the election, the chance of Atiku Abubakar securing the APC presidential ticket will suffer set back on the ground that he did not have a control of his state of origin let alone the country at large.
2. It will integrate the confidence of the PDP ahead of the 2015 election that the state is In control of the PDP.
but if PDP lose the election,
1. The battle For the APC presidential ticket will be hot between the Atiku and Buhari
2. Ribadu political career in the state of Adamawa will be decimated at least for 5years
3. The APC will have confidence ahead of 2015 election and PDP will be filled with fear of losing the north east for it could extend to other northern state.
4. Bamanga Tukur the ex PDP chairman might loss out in the PDP executive and campaigns sharing benefits from GEJ.
enough said for now political analyst from both party are needed to arguing their point or interest.
Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by Nobody: 9:28pm On Oct 07, 2014
Political Banzality

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Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by Nobody: 10:03pm On Oct 07, 2014
Op correct your english e.g the use of loss instead of lose/loses as the case may be.

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Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by gabriel212: 9:12am On Oct 08, 2014
INSTINCTS:
Op correct your english e.g the use of loss instead of lose/loses as the case may be.
thanks!

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Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by gabriel212: 9:44am On Oct 08, 2014
Ibnsultan:
Political Banzality
that is politics for you!
infact if the APC won the election, the court MIGHT fast track the reinstallment of the former deputy governor back as a governor of Adamawa. if the analysis are right will the deputy gov. remain PDP or APC?
Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by agabusta: 10:24am On Oct 08, 2014
smiley I will comment after getting today's court ruling.
Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by DONLEKAN: 10:46am On Oct 08, 2014
The court has ruled. The former deputy governor is reinstated as governor. No election on saturday!!!. Lobatan for PDP.
Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by gabriel212: 10:49am On Oct 08, 2014
DONLEKAN:
The court has ruled. The former deputy governor is reinstated as governor. No election on saturday!!!. Lobatan for PDP.
now the question is which party does the deputy govenor belong? to me Iwill say PDP coz he did not join his Mutala Nyako to the APC then if am not wrong.
Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by agabusta: 11:50am On Oct 08, 2014
gabriel212:

now the question is which party does the deputy govenor belong? to me Iwill say PDP coz he did not join his Mutala Nyako to the APC then if am not wrong.


It seems both of them are kind of close to each other. I mean Nyako and his deputy. Because Nyako also assisted him in the case by stating that he did not receive any communication of resignation from him.
Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by egift(m): 11:57am On Oct 08, 2014
Which election? grin grin grin grin
Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by gabriel212: 1:00pm On Oct 08, 2014
all I can see is the that the deputy governor belong to the PDP.
@egift naso we see am on say there is no election again on Saturday. but, the judgment be challenged by the acting governor? let wait and observed
Re: Political Effect Of Saturday Adamawa Election On PDP/APC by size38: 2:37pm On Oct 08, 2014
There are no implications here . The only implication is that APC have re taken their state dubiously taken away by the PDP. Simple and short.

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