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Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by asfrank(m): 11:01am On Feb 06
What some people are falling to understand is that PDP has rigged every election that has been conducted in Nigeria since it came to power. those who wish to follow facts will attest to this. SS and SE has been the grounds for massive rigging. the Truth is that PDP had the power then, and so they used it to the fullest, now that power is no longer there for them, the electoral law that was used in the 2011 election was the same as the one OBJ used to rig Yar'Adua to power. when the law was heavily changed in 2015, their ability to muster to votes that they got in the previous election changed. Before anyone insult or call me names, they person should explain the huge differences between 2011 and 2015 elections in the SS and SE

2011. 2015. Difference
Enugu 802,144. 553,003. ( 247,141)
Abia 1,175,987. 363,303. (812,684)
Anambra 1,145,169. 660,762. (484,407)
.Ebonyi 480,492. 323,653. (156,839)
Imo 1,381,357. 559,185. ( 822,172)
Cross River 709,382. 414,863. (294,519)
Delta 1,378,851. 1,211,405. (167,446)
Rivers 1,817,762. 1,487,075. ( 330,687)
Edo 542,173. 286,869. ( 255,304)
Bayelsa 504,811. 361,209. (143,602)
Akwa Ibom 1,165,629. 953,304. (212,325)

Without the card reader, Fellow WEll meaning Nigerians, PDP would still be in power, courtesy of election rigging. the difference add up to 2,927,126. This Number is more than the difference Buhari won 2015 elections by. This captures only the SE and SS not putting into account what happened in other places. My question is if these votes were really genuine, Where were the voters and their Votes in 2015 as against 2011. One thing is sure they didn't vote for the opposition party in 2015, so what really happened to almost 3 millions votes in this region.
My take....
Without Rigging of Election in this country PDP has no chance of victory.

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by NaijaRoyalty: 11:01am On Feb 06
APC BMC crew sponsored post

Nonsense

E go soon clear for una eyes .

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by muykem: 11:04am On Feb 06
PDP has not and will never win election in free and fair elections.

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by bedspread: 11:04am On Feb 06
asfrank:
What some people are falling to understand is that PDP has rigged every election that has been conducted in Nigeria since it came to power. those who wish to follow facts will attest to this. SS and SE has been the grounds for massive rigging. the Truth is that PDP had the power then, and so they usually sed it to the fullest, now that power is no longer there for them, the electoral law that was used in the 2011 election was the same as the one OBJ used to rig Yar'Adua to power. when the law was heavily changed in 2015, their ability to muster to votes that they got in the previous election changed. Before anyone insult or call me names, they person should explain the huge differences between 2011 and 2015 elections in the SS and SE

2011. 2015. Difference
Enugu 802,144. 553,003. ( 247,141)
Abia 1,175,987. 363,303. (812,684)
Anambra 1,145,169. 660,762. (484,407)
.Ebonyi 480,492. 323,653. (156,839)
Imo 1,381,357. 559,185. ( 822,172)
Cross River 709,382. 414,863. (294,519)
Delta 1,378,851. 1,211,405. (167,446)
Rivers 1,817,762. 1,487,075. ( 330,687)
Edo 542,173. 286,869. ( 255,304)
Bayelsa 504,811. 361,209. (143,602)
Akwa Ibom 1,165,629. 953,304. (212,325)

Without the card reader, Fellow WEll meaning Nigerians, PDP would still be in power, courtesy of election rigging. the difference add up to 2,927,126. This Number is more than the difference Buhari won 2015 elections by. This captures only the SE and SS not putting into account what happened in other places. My question is if these votes were really genuine, Where were the voters and their Votes in 2015 as against 2011. One thing is sure they didn't vote for the opposition party in 2015, so what really happened to almost 3 millions votes in this region.
My take....
Without Rigging of Election in this country PDP has no chance of victory.


Awake O thou that Sleepest!

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Imortal001(m): 11:06am On Feb 06
Buhari will win the election clean and clear. quote and aggue with ur ancestor.

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by asfrank(m): 11:11am On Feb 06
bedspread:
[s][/s]

Awake O thou that Sleepest!
I asked you where the votes went to.. you are the one sleeping if you think it's business as usual

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by 989900: 11:13am On Feb 06
Buhari (Cons):

Nepotistic (sadly a trait synonymous with most).
Tribalistic (sadly a trait synonymous with most).
Religious bias.
Old age.
Frail health.
Limited knowledge of the economy and politics.
Diplomacy and eloquence are below par.
Sluggish.

Buhari (Pros):

Arguably the least financially corrupt of the crop.
Accountability.
Honesty (right or wrong, you can take him for his words).
Experienced (administrative).
Passionate about Nigeria and Nigerians (especially the poor).
Continuing past projects from past administrations.
Growing reserves from less than $30b to almost $50b.
Affiliation and Allegiance: Fulanis, Nigerians, Oligarchs.

Ongoing projects:
1. Resuscitation of the 45 year old 3,000+ MW Mambila power project (funds siphoned by previous admins).

2. Resuscitation of the almost 40 year old Ajaokuta Steel Complex . . .3rd biggest in the world (funds siphoned by previous admins).

3. Reconstruction of Lagos-Ibadan express way (funds siphoned by previous admins).

4. 2nd Niger Bridge.

5. Railway revolution.

6. Rice Revolution.

The above and other unmentioned commendable efforts are poised to bring massive infrastructural and monumental economic development and growth to the nation in very few years.



Atiku (Cons):

Infamous corruption clout.
Untrustworthy.
Money-over-virtue disposition.
Old age.

Propensity to use official positions to always advance self-interest/businesses over national interest . . . right from his custom days (according to him and other sources who are largely colleagues and acquaintances).

Party affiliation instability.
Propensity for selling national assets to self and cronies at ridiculous bargain.
Reckless economic campaign policies.

Friends and acquaintances are mostly folks with one huge corruption charge or the other.
Bribery.

He was deputy to President Obasanjo and they both supervised monumental frauds and other shenanigans, even though his principal thinks he is more corrupt and that God will never forgive him if he supports Atiku's presidential ambition (though the former President's been flip-flopping a lot lately).

Limited Knowledge of the economy.
Would ensure freedom for friends facing corruption charges.
Would likely terminate existing contracts and re-award them to self and cronies with no completion in sight, they've done it before, they can do it again.
Allegiance and Affiliations: Self, Friends, Oligarchs.

Atiku (Pros):

Relatively agile.
Diplomatic.
Shrewd Business man (Not to be confused with astute national economy knowledge).
Less tribalistic.
Would unite the country more than Buhari.

My Verdict: If the emotional or nostalgic side of you needs massaging, especially if you are non-Fulani, Atiku it is (Atiku is Fulani too BTW).

OTOH, if the sustained infrastructural progress and general development of Nigeria and your pockets on the long run is of more importance, then Buhari it is.

Buhari is sluggish and less capable to be President, but not in-lieu of Atiku.

Ironically, both Atiku and Buhari have better and more qualified candidates who could propel this country faster to greater heights as their deputies. SMH.

P.S. About the other candidates, they can't win, nice try from them though . . . some of them have shown far greater knowledge of the economy and social understanding than both Buhari and Atiku.
However, Bankole and Farouk have taught me to be cautious of them newbies smooth talkers.

The most qualified to be President is not contesting, he was a two time governor of the richest and most diverse state in Nigeria, he presently handles 3 ministries and he handles them excellently well.


Ironically, Osinbajo and Obi would have made a good ticket as President and Vice or vice versa.

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by joameh: 11:23am On Feb 06
Agreed PMB all the way brother

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by bedspread: 11:25am On Feb 06
asfrank:

I asked you where the votes went to.. you are the one sleeping if you think it's business as usual
Open your Eyes young man before your Eyes Open you...
Cabal Running Pmb has Lost Already .....

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by bedspread: 11:28am On Feb 06
989900:
Buhari (Cons):

[i]Nepotistic (sadly a trait synonymous with most).
Tribalistic (sadly a trait synonymous with most).
Religious bias.
Old age.
Frail health.
Limited knowledge of the economy and politics.
Diplomacy and eloquence are below par.
Sluggish.

Buhari (Pros):

Arguably the least financially corrupt of the crop.
Accountability.
Honesty (right or wrong, you can take him for his words).
Experienced (administrative).
Passionate about Nigeria and Nigerians (especially the poor).
Continuing past projects from past administrations.
Growing reserves from less than $30b to almost $50b.
Affiliation and Allegiance: Fulanis, Nigerians, Oligarchs.

Ongoing projects:
1. Resuscitation of the 45 year old 3,000+ MW Mambila power project (funds siphoned by previous admins).

2. Resuscitation of the almost 40 year old Ajaokuta Steel Complex . . .3rd biggest in the world (funds siphoned by previous admins).

3. Reconstruction of Lagos-Ibadan express way (funds siphoned by previous admins).

4. 2nd Niger Bridge.

5. Railway revolution.

6. Rice Revolution.

The above and other unmentioned commendable efforts are poised to bring massive infrastructural and monumental economic development and growth to the nation in very few years.



Atiku (Cons):

Infamous corruption clout.
Untrustworthy.
Money-over-virtue disposition.
Old age.

Propensity to use official positions to always advance self-interest/businesses over national interest . . . right from his custom days (according to him and other sources who are largely colleagues and acquaintances).

Party affiliation instability.
Propensity for selling national assets to self and cronies at ridiculous bargain.
Reckless economic campaign policies.

Friends and acquaintances are mostly folks with one huge corruption charge or the other.
Bribery.

He was deputy to President Obasanjo and they both supervised monumental frauds and other shenanigans, even though his principal thinks he is more corrupt and that God will never forgive him if he supports Atiku's presidential ambition (though the former President's been flip-flopping a lot lately).

Limited Knowledge of the economy.
Would ensure freedom for friends facing corruption charges.
Would likely terminate existing contracts and re-award them to self and cronies with no completion in sight, they've done it before, they can do it again.
Allegiance and Affiliations: Self, Friends, Oligarchs.

Atiku (Pros):

Relatively agile.
Diplomatic.
Shrewd Business man (Not to be confused with astute national economy knowledge).
Less tribalistic.
Would unite the country more than Buhari.

My Verdict: If the emotional or nostalgic side of you needs massaging, especially if you are non-Fulani, Atiku it is (Atiku is Fulani too BTW).

OTOH, if the sustained infrastructural progress and general development of Nigeria and your pockets on the long run is of more importance, then Buhari it is.

Buhari is sluggish and less capable to be President, but not in-lieu of Atiku.

Ironically, both Atiku and Buhari have better and more qualified candidates who could propel this country faster to greater heights as their deputies. SMH.

P.S. About the other candidates, they can't win, nice try from them though . . . some of them have shown far greater knowledge of the economy and social understanding than both Buhari and Atiku.
However, Bankole and Farouk have taught me to be cautious of them newbies smooth talkers.

The most qualified to be President is not contesting, he was a two time governor of the richest and most diverse state in Nigeria, he presently handles 3 ministries and he handles them excellently well.


Ironically, Osinbajo and Obi would have made a good ticket as President and Vice or vice versa.








[/i]


Never Reinforce Failure in Any Guise...

Cabal Running Government of Pmb is a Death sentence on Nigerians....

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by asfrank(m): 11:29am On Feb 06
bedspread:
[s][/s] Open your Eyes young man before your Eyes Open you...
Cabal Running Pmb has Lost Already .....
if you can't answer my question then stop telling me Fiction stories of Cabal, I am giving you figures you are telling me stories. don't quote me if you don't have a reasonable answer to my question

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by bedspread: 11:32am On Feb 06
asfrank:

if you can't answer my question then stop telling me Fiction stories of Cabal, I am giving you figures you are telling me stories. don't quote me if you don't have a reasonable answer to my question
Awake Bro

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Ray97: 11:55am On Feb 06
NaijaRoyalty:
APC BMC crew sponsored post

Nonsense

E go soon clear for una eyes .
stop that bmc chant. What the dude has said is true. Pdp rigged election even yaradua had to admit in public. Obasanjo called it a do or die afair. Thats why i find it funny anytime secondus wails about apc rigging election. Pdp is the master of rigging. Pdp rigged saraki into senate seat, Even secondus was rigged into power, atiku was rigged into power. we all know what happened. So stop playing the bmc card when someone is saying something resonable. Its annoying.

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by 989900: 12:00pm On Feb 06
bedspread:
[i][/i]

Never Reinforce Failure in Any Guise...

Cabal Running Government of Pmb is a Death sentence on Nigerians...
.
Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Reader530(m): 12:01pm On Feb 06
asfrank:
What some people are falling to understand is that PDP has rigged every election that has been conducted in Nigeria since it came to power. those who wish to follow facts will attest to this. SS and SE has been the grounds for massive rigging. the Truth is that PDP had the power then, and so they used it to the fullest, now that power is no longer there for them, the electoral law that was used in the 2011 election was the same as the one OBJ used to rig Yar'Adua to power. when the law was heavily changed in 2015, their ability to muster to votes that they got in the previous election changed. Before anyone insult or call me names, they person should explain the huge differences between 2011 and 2015 elections in the SS and SE

2011. 2015. Difference
Enugu 802,144. 553,003. ( 247,141)
Abia 1,175,987. 363,303. (812,684)
Anambra 1,145,169. 660,762. (484,407)
.Ebonyi 480,492. 323,653. (156,839)
Imo 1,381,357. 559,185. ( 822,172)
Cross River 709,382. 414,863. (294,519)
Delta 1,378,851. 1,211,405. (167,446)
Rivers 1,817,762. 1,487,075. ( 330,687)
Edo 542,173. 286,869. ( 255,304)
Bayelsa 504,811. 361,209. (143,602)
Akwa Ibom 1,165,629. 953,304. (212,325)

Without the card reader, Fellow WEll meaning Nigerians, PDP would still be in power, courtesy of election rigging. the difference add up to 2,927,126. This Number is more than the difference Buhari won 2015 elections by. This captures only the SE and SS not putting into account what happened in other places. My question is if these votes were really genuine, Where were the voters and their Votes in 2015 as against 2011. One thing is sure they didn't vote for the opposition party in 2015, so what really happened to almost 3 millions votes in this region.
My take....
Without Rigging of Election in this country PDP has no chance of victory.

Thrash....What of Kano 2011 and 2015?

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by asfrank(m): 12:15pm On Feb 06
Reader530:


Thrash....What of Kano 2011 and 2015?
Your question is based on what.
Kano 2011 Election results
PDP 440,666
CPC 1,624,543
Shekarau 526,310
2015 elections
PDP 215,779
APC 1,903,999

While it's easy to explain the increase in votes by Buhari in Kano state. How can you explain a colossal loss of over 800,000 votes in Abia state by GEJ and PDP? How possible?

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by dguyindcorner(m): 12:20pm On Feb 06
bedspread:
[i][/i]

Never Reinforce Failure in Any Guise...

Cabal Running Government of Pmb is a Death sentence on Nigerians....

That's why we will never reinforce PDP again not after 16yrs of outright failure.

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Reader530(m): 12:29pm On Feb 06
[quote author=asfrank post=75469240]
Your question is based on what.
Kano 2011 Election results
PDP 440,666
CPC 1,624,543
Shekarau 526,310
2015 elections
PDP 215,779
APC 1,903,999

While it's easy to explain the increase in votes by Buhari in Kano state. How can you explain a colossal loss of over 800,000 votes in Abia state by GEJ and PDP? How possible?[/quote

Total votes in Kano 2011 was about 2.7 million while in 2015 was about 2.2. Where is the 500k
Total votes by CPC Bauchi was 1,315, 209 but less than 1 million in Bauchi was even with the merger.
Do you know that South as a whole restricted their voters from casting vote because of card reader failure while north favoured their voters with incidence form? Jega confessed that. To cut the long story short, 2015 was won by APC because of herdsmen, unemployment, etc. I personally campaigned for APC in 2015 but..........I am not Igbo and will never be but truth must be said.
Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Reader530(m): 12:32pm On Feb 06
asfrank:

Your question is based on what.
Kano 2011 Election results
PDP 440,666
CPC 1,624,543
Shekarau 526,310
2015 elections
PDP 215,779
APC 1,903,999

While it's easy to explain the increase in votes by Buhari in Kano state. How can you explain a colossal loss of over 800,000 votes in Abia state by GEJ and PDP? How possible?


Total votes in Kano 2011 was about 2.7 million while in 2015 was about 2.2. Where is the 500k
Total votes by CPC in Bauchi 2011 was 1,315, 209 but less than 1 million in Bauchi 2015 even with the merger. Where is the 400k in Bauchi?
Do you know that South as a whole restricted their voters from casting vote because of card reader failure while north favoured their voters with incidence form? Jega confessed that. To cut the long story short, 2015 was won by APC because of herdsmen, unemployment, etc. I personally campaigned for APC in 2015 but..........I am not Igbo and will never be but truth must be said.
Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by adem30: 12:37pm On Feb 06
asfrank:
What some people are falling to understand is that PDP has rigged every election that has been conducted in Nigeria since it came to power. those who wish to follow facts will attest to this. SS and SE has been the grounds for massive rigging. the Truth is that PDP had the power then, and so they used it to the fullest, now that power is no longer there for them, the electoral law that was used in the 2011 election was the same as the one OBJ used to rig Yar'Adua to power. when the law was heavily changed in 2015, their ability to muster to votes that they got in the previous election changed. Before anyone insult or call me names, they person should explain the huge differences between 2011 and 2015 elections in the SS and SE

2011. 2015. Difference
Enugu 802,144. 553,003. ( 247,141)
Abia 1,175,987. 363,303. (812,684)
Anambra 1,145,169. 660,762. (484,407)
.Ebonyi 480,492. 323,653. (156,839)
Imo 1,381,357. 559,185. ( 822,172)
Cross River 709,382. 414,863. (294,519)
Delta 1,378,851. 1,211,405. (167,446)
Rivers 1,817,762. 1,487,075. ( 330,687)
Edo 542,173. 286,869. ( 255,304)
Bayelsa 504,811. 361,209. (143,602)
Akwa Ibom 1,165,629. 953,304. (212,325)

Without the card reader, Fellow WEll meaning Nigerians, PDP would still be in power, courtesy of election rigging. the difference add up to 2,927,126. This Number is more than the difference Buhari won 2015 elections by. This captures only the SE and SS not putting into account what happened in other places. My question is if these votes were really genuine, Where were the voters and their Votes in 2015 as against 2011. One thing is sure they didn't vote for the opposition party in 2015, so what really happened to almost 3 millions votes in this region.
My take....
Without Rigging of Election in this country PDP has no chance of victory.

God bless you Bro.

Let's take 2017 Anambra Governorship election for instance when the full card reader was in used. The total votes casted was 422,314.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/11/finally-inec-declares-obiano-winner-anambra-governorship-poll/

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by adem30: 12:41pm On Feb 06
Don't be surprise that the total votes that will come out of South east won't be more than 2million votes

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by senatordave1(m): 12:44pm On Feb 06
Reader530:



Total votes in Kano 2011 was about 2.7 million while in 2015 was about 2.2. Where is the 500k
Total votes by CPC in Bauchi 2011 was 1,315, 209 but less than 1 million in Bauchi 2015 even with the merger. Where is the 400k in Bauchi?
Do you know that South as a whole restricted their voters from casting vote because of card reader failure while north favoured their voters with incidence form? Jega confessed that. To cut the long story short, 2015 was won by APC because of herdsmen, unemployment, etc. I personally campaigned for APC in 2015 but..........I am not Igbo and will never be but truth must be said.
Keep quiet,he is correct.this is something i have written about severally.go through my posts,you will see it.votes from the north since 1999 have followed the same path and pattern unlike the south.the ss,se are the hotbeds of election rigging.in 2011,gej got 11 million from ss,se.in 2015,it was down to 7 million mainly because of the card reader.

In this year polls,it will not be up to 7 million while that of buhari will remain constant and increase.pdp cannot win without inflating votes.

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Reader530(m): 12:49pm On Feb 06
senatordave1:

Keep quiet,he is correct.this is something i have written about severally.go through my posts,you will see it.votes from the north since 1999 have followed the same path and pattern unlike the south.the ss,se are the hotbeds of election rigging.in 2011,gej got 11 million from ss,se.in 2015,it was down to 7 million mainly because of the card reader.

In this year polls,it will not be up to 7 million while that of buhari will remain constant and increase.pdp cannot win without inflating votes.

Terrorist spotted. No.matter what we Hausas can't trust people like u....gasara
Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by abduljabbar4(m): 12:50pm On Feb 06
pdp is in trouble. No more fake 90% turnout in their strongholds

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by senatordave1(m): 12:51pm On Feb 06
adem30:


God bless you Bro.

Let's take 2017 Anambra Governorship election for instance when the full card reader was in used. The total votes casted was 422,314.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/11/finally-inec-declares-obiano-winner-anambra-governorship-poll/
I pointed this out in the past.there's no way presidential polls will have a higher turnout than local polls.total votes in anambra guber polls have never exceeded 500k yet in 2011 they polled 1.1 million.same thing in all eastern states.in 2015,rivers polled 1.5 million yet during the 2016 rerun,votes didnt exceed 600k.in bayelsa polls total votes in presidential was 400,000 but during the guber polls,total votes didnt reach 200k.

In kano and katsina all elections usually produced up to 2 million votes.

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Asshurbanipal: 12:53pm On Feb 06
asfrank:

Your question is based on what.
Kano 2011 Election results
PDP 440,666
CPC 1,624,543
Shekarau 526,310
2015 elections
PDP 215,779
APC 1,903,999

While it's easy to explain the increase in votes by Buhari in Kano state. How can you explain a colossal loss of over 800,000 votes in Abia state by GEJ and PDP? How possible?
Faulty card reader in ss and se. Ss later reversed to manual accreditation while se did not. It was all arranged massive disenfranchisement for pdp stronghold

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Asshurbanipal: 12:57pm On Feb 06
Reader530:



Total votes in Kano 2011 was about 2.7 million while in 2015 was about 2.2. Where is the 500k
Total votes by CPC in Bauchi 2011 was 1,315, 209 but less than 1 million in Bauchi 2015 even with the merger. Where is the 400k in Bauchi?
Do you know that South as a whole restricted their voters from casting vote because of card reader failure while north favoured their voters with incidence form? Jega confessed that. To cut the long story short, 2015 was won by APC because of herdsmen, unemployment, etc. I personally campaigned for APC in 2015 but..........I am not Igbo and will never be but truth must be said.
There was reduction in number of votes across the country between 2011 and 2015. But others reversed to manual while SE was made to stick to faulty card readers
Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Asshurbanipal: 12:58pm On Feb 06
senatordave1:

I pointed this out in the past.there's no way presidential polls will have a higher turnout than local polls.total votes in anambra guber polls have never exceeded 500k yet in 2011 they polled 1.1 million.same thing in all eastern states.in 2015,rivers polled 1.5 million yet during the 2016 rerun,votes didnt exceed 600k.in bayelsa polls total votes in presidential was 400,000 but during the guber polls,total votes didnt reach 200k.

In kano and katsina all elections usually produced up to 2 million votes.
Anambra guber was during the peak of ipob agitation
Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by asfrank(m): 1:23pm On Feb 06
Asshurbanipal:

Faulty card reader in ss and se. Ss later reversed to manual accreditation while se did not. It was all arranged massive disenfranchisement for pdp stronghold
Every where in the country where the card reader failed, Manual accreditation was done. even the Deputy Senate president was accredited Manually, so what are you saying?

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Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by senatordave1(m): 1:34pm On Feb 06
asfrank:

Every where in the country where the card reader failed, Manual accreditation was done. even the Deputy Senate president was accredited Manually, so what are you saying?
He had succeeded in saying nothing
Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Konki: 1:48pm On Feb 06
muykem:
PDP has not and will never win election in free and fair elections.

Free and fair elections like Ekiti and Osun?

LOL
Re: Facts Check: Why It May Be Difficult For PDP To Win 2019 Elections by Amitez: 2:01pm On Feb 06
Your little mind did not tell you that Jega deliberately disenfranchised about 25% of SS and SE with deliberate non availability of PCV in the region. Keep living in fools paradise.

In 2015, majority thought Buhari had anything to offer with his promise of Eldorado. Unfortunately, majority now have their brains reset. Agsin, in 2015, contest was between Southern Christian snd Buhari who was perceived a saviour. All those goodwill are gone.
Even El-Rufai is afraid of losing Kaduna. The bloc vote in NW is alreadt decimated. Lagos is tilting towards Atiku (O to ge Tinubu). SE and SS are on lockdown. NC and NE are 50% Atiku (Taraba, Adamawa, Gombe are all PDP). In SW, the enlightened Christians are pro-PDP, Atiku is sure of atleast 30-40%. Only hope Buhari and APC have is rigging. You know what, everyone will be vigilant. Ko le work this time. Osun has exposed them snd there is real pressure on Buhari not to rig elections.

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