By Ali Abare Abubakar
National Campaign Adviser, Presidential Campaign Organisation, Chief Tony Anenih has said that Nigerians will prefer continuity of the present administration’s Transformation Agenda to the “so-called change just to satisfy some personal and narrow interests.”
Chief Anenih stated this yesterday while delivering a speech on the occasion of inauguration of the presidential campaign organization at the PDP national secretariat.
Anenih said that the inauguration of the PCO marked the commencement of the party’s comprehensive electioneering for all its candidates, from the presidential to other elections as scheduled by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
While noting that “the presidential tickets of other parties cannot boast of any achievements” in the country’s democratic journey, “since they have not got the experience”, he however described the presidential election as the most significant.
“Most significant of these elections, I must say, is the presidential election, for which we have presented the formidable ticket of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR, and Vice President Namadi Mohammed Sambo, GCON. I say formidable because this winning team of President Jonathan and Vice President Sambo is running on its verifiable records of achievements in the governance of our nation.
“The presidential tickets of other parties cannot boast of any achievements in our democratic journey since they have not got the experience. So, I expect that Nigerians will prefer continuity of this administration’s robust National Transformation Agenda to the so-called change just to satisfy some personal and narrow interests” Anenih stated
He challenged members of the committee to work assiduously to ensure success of the party in the presidential election, which he said, could lead to a bandwagon effect in the subsequent elections slated for February 28.
“The President, the Vice President, the Leadership of our Party and this Campaign Organisation are ready to draw from your wealth of experience to drive all aspects of the campaign. I expect that we should be clear-headed and sharply-focused in our preparations.