2019: SDP’s Christwealth predicts outcome of presidential election

A presidential aspirant on the platform of the Social Democratic Party, SDP, Dr. Kola Olusola Christwealth, has made some shocking predictions about the 2019 election.

According to him, the outcome of the presidential election will shock the world as the two dominant parties in the country will be dislodged.

Speaking with the Sun, Christwealth predicted that infighting within the PDP will hinder its success in the coming election.

He said, “The world would be shocked by the outcome of the Presidential elections in Nigeria. Political gladiators of the old order have lost the battle before it even starts. APC and PDP should say a final goodbye to the seat of the President.

“While we appreciate them for some goods they have achieved, most especially in the most difficult time and the beginning of this democracy between 1999 and 2003, Nigerians have now given them the red card to vacate and let the young ones take charge and steer the country forward.

“I can safely predict that the infighting in PDP will work against them; the insecurity in Nigeria, the deprivation of the youths and mindless disposition of the present government against the youths, and the bad shape of the economy will also work against APC. SDP or any party that fields me will most certainly win and a new era will begin.

“The SDP as at today is the strongest party in Nigeria. It is a party with the longest and best history. It was the party that produced MKO Abiola, the acclaimed winner of the freest and fairest election ever conducted in Nigeria but jinxed by the military. SDP has solid structure and strategies on ground to unseat APC

“As I said, SDP was the party that produced MKO Abiola. The structure built even before the 1993 election is still very much there and with the able and respectable leadership of Chief Olu Falae, the structure is still being oiled.”


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