A past Military Head of State, Gen. Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (rtd) has opined that the Peoples Democratic Gathering, PDP, would have an avalanche triumph in the 2019 general decisions.

Babangida anticipated that PDP would have an avalanche triumph in 2019 with a tad of work on the electorates. He made the comment on Wednesday when the hopeful of the PDP for the Niger East Zone B Senatorial locale, Ibrahim Ishaku (SAN), paid him a graciousness call at his Hilltop chateau in Minna territory of the state. The previous ruler expressed that with the emergency that has tormented the decision All Progressives Congress, APC, the gathering was carrying on as though it was under a revile. Babangida focused on that APC’s emergency could make ready for a monstrous triumph for the PDP in the races.

He said, “The APC, as a political party, appears to have entangled itself into wobbling traps as if it was under a curse. All that the opposition (PDP) needed to do is to stream up more efforts on working on the electorate to have a landslide victory in next year’s election.” Stressing that the 2019 senatorial election in Niger East (zone ‘B’) would be a walkover against APC, Babangida said, “The APC, in all three tiers of government, is still embroiled in debilitating crises that are threatening to completely bring down the party and in next year’s general elections, all that is required by PDP is to step up efforts with fervent prayers to emerge victoriously.”

This is coming after the Former Military President, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (GCFR), portrayed Tony Anenih as an ace strategist which the country will significantly miss. General Babangida likewise sympathized with the whole Anenih family, Oba of Benin, government and individuals of Edo state and in addition the whole individuals from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Boss Tony Anenih passed on Sunday at 85 years old. IBB while responding until the very end of the former Minister of Works, said, “Indeed Nigeria and Nigerians will greatly miss a political master strategist in the next political dispensation”.

In his tribute, the former Military Ruler referred to him (Anenih) as a charismatic Elder Statesman that has a unique passion for providing solutions in the governance of the country. He said, “The demise of Chief Tony Anenih is a big loss to the political scene of Nigeria at this crucial time of electioneering campaigns.”