The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Presidential Candidate, Atiku Abubakar, and his Vice, Peter Obi, on Monday, stormed Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital, as part of their nationwide Campaign tour.
The Director and Head of Publicity of the State PDP Campaign, Barrister Emma Okah, in a statement, said that the Campaign was “The Mother of all Rallies”, as he called on party supporters and lovers of Atiku, to join in welcoming the PDP Presidential Candidate.
Recall, that the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, a former Governor of the State and Director-General of the President Muhammadu Buhari All Progressives Congress, APC, 2019 Presidential Campaign Organisation, claims to have the State as his stronghold.
Elsewhere, Atiku’s visit to Port Harcourt, is expected to be one of the last legs of Campaign, ahead this Saturday’s Presidential election.
Since the beginning of the Campaign, early this month, the former Vice President has garnered huge support across the country.
His visit to Katsina State, which is Buhari’s home State, drew tens of thousands of party followers and admirers, such that the Stadium and many streets in the capital were shut down.
The same was recorded in Kano State, on Sunday, when the Atiku/Obi Presidential Campaign arrived the ancient city, believed to be the stronghold of the All Progressives Congress, APC.
Recall, that the PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus, while speaking at the Kano State rally, on Sunday, said that: “Kano has fallen, Kano is now 100 percent PDP.”
Secondus revealed that the myth and belief that Kano State is the stronghold of Buhari, has been shattered with the huge crowd at the Kano Stadium.
The PDP National Chairman, further assured that: “You cannot come to Kano to rig election again… what we see here today is like a revolution, and the people have agreed that they will vote for the PDP.”