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Buhari has already lost 2019 presidential election - PDP chieftain beats chest

- Oseloka Obaze has declared that President Muhammadu Buhari would not win the 2019 general presidential election



- The former PDP governor candidate in Anambra state said the mood across the country is an evidence of the disappointment felt by the people against the present administration

 - According to Obaze, February 16 election would only be a mere formality to officially remove President Buhari from the Presidential Villa



 A former governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Oseloka Obaze, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) would not win the forthcoming presidential election on February 16. 
Obaze who is also the Anambra state chairman of the Atiku-Obi election council while speaking at a press conference in Awka, Anambra capital city on Wednesday, February 6, said the sociopolitical mood in Nigeria currently has shown that majority of the citizens are disappointed with the present administration led by the APC. 
He said the presidential election slated for February 16 would only be a mere formality to officially remove President Muhammadu Buhari from the Presidential Villa in Abuja. 
“Over 90 per cent of Nigerians are unhappy with this government. The anger of Nigerians has already sacked Buhari as president long ago," Obaze said
.Obaze also alleged that the present administration has been able to implement at least five per cent of the promises its party made to Nigerians before the 2015 general elections. 
“The APC government needs to go to give Nigerians breathing air. Nigerians are disgruntled with them. 
“The government has since been issued a quit notice by Nigerians. So, the February 16 poll is mere formality to exit the government.
 “I don’t see why Buhari should not allow the election to be credible and transparent. Buhari should accept the imminent defeat he will face in the poll, and go without bringing additional problems on Nigeria," he noted. 
Meanwhile, HRL News previously reported that the PDP has urged the leadership of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to extend the collection of Permanent Voters Card (PVCs) by three days. 
The party said its demand is predicated on reports across the nation that some compromised INEC officials at the collection centers are deliberately refusing to issue the PVCs to voters thereby frustrating millions of registered voters from getting their voters cards.
Many Nigerians recently took to the social media to vent their anger over the refusal of some INEC officials to release their PVCs. 
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