The Party expressed optimism that the party would be victorious in the states where the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), is to hold supplementary governorship elections on March 23.
Kola Ologbondiyan was optimistic after the committee’s emergency meeting held on Thursday in Abuja.
Ologbondiyan expressed the party’s readiness for the supplementary elections.
His statement also accused the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of declaring inconclusive, states where PDP had popular support and had defeated its opponents.
“In states where PDP was leading, elections were declared inconclusive, whereas in states like Ogun, where the All Progressives Congress (APC), was in the lead, a winner was announced even when the lead margin was below the number of cancelled votes,” he alleged.
“In Sokoto state, a stronghold of our party and where the PDP is already in a clear lead, our victory at the March 23 supplementary election is guaranteed.
“In Benue, the people have expressed their readiness to go into the supplementary election and they are prepared to vote for the PDP candidate, Gov. Samuel Ortom.
“They are also aware of PDP’s current leading margin of over 81,000 votes. It is manifestly clear that there is no way any other party will defeat the PDP in Benue.
“In Adamawa, the PDP observed the mischievous calculation of the opposition in sponsoring someone, who did not participate in the election, to go to court and claim that the logo of his party was omitted in the ballot.
“This is a desperate bid to get the election already won by the PDP cancelled. The PDP, however, notes the failure of the opposition to achieve its mischief in Adamawa state.
“In Bauchi State, it is known to all, that the Tafawa Balewa Local Government has always been a home to the PDP since 1999,” he said.