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Buhari or Atiku may strongly win by this percentage margin 59 percent against 41 percent in 2019.

Published date: December 7, 2018 | Category: Enugu Business Advertise Ads Ad Advertisement Make Money Online Foxxymobile? Digital Marketing Train | Location: Lagos Mainland, Lagos, Nigeria

A Public Communication Consultant, Engr Francis Obinna Eyisi who writes from Abuja, Lagos, Rivers, Kano, Sokoto, Zamfara, Adamawa, ,Kwara, Plateau, Benue, Akwa Ibom, Kadunna, Anambra and Enugu has disclose that It can be known or recommended that the APC-led or PDP-led administration may strongly win by this percentage margin 59 percent against 41 percent.

However, through the power of incumbency and predicted massive turn out of poor valuable Nigerians,. The current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari has a strong indication of winning 2019 presidential election by 3 to 10 percent margin base from our current research and findings. Nevertheless, there is also a strong indication that Atiku may win if he can knockout more than 60% of SIT AT HOME VOTERS with Operation declare your PVC campaign rallies, through the means of stomach Infrastructure and Issue based campaign. Three square meal per day campaign for 4 years from region to region --- ward to ward, Engr Francis Obinna Eyisi said.

The reserve may be the case before February 2019, possibly Atiku may Win. If only…. But is it possible for President Buhari to be voted out of power, just like ex-President Goodluck Jonathan? Nothing is impossible. However, so many factors point to the contrary.

At this time of the year, making predictions is a favorite pastime of many, both at individual and corporate levels. When people talk about Nigeria in 2019, the doomsday scenario is the most played out, for the obvious reason that it is the year of the elections. In few months from now, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and People Democratic Party (PDP) will be done with its 2019 presidential Election. A presidential standard-bearer is expected to emerge.

Yet, Nigerians voters still tangle between Atiku and Buhari, who is a better candidate, who understands the new world economy. Gone are the days government put money here and there; just put in place necessary structures and investors will bring their money.

“The oil we so much depend on, those who buy are looking at other sources. So we must support someone who will create an environment for venture capitalists.

“A man who accommodates and respects everyone’s religious views and leanings. We need somebody who is widely exposed, versatile and understands the country.

Nevertheless, here are major reasons why President Buhari may be successfully re-elected in 2019.

Anti-corruption war: President Buhari’s commitment to fighting corruption is applauded by many Nigerians, home and abroad. In the fight against corruption, many are of the opinion that no previous administration has performed better than President Buhari. Also, the anti-corruption crusade is yielding result as Nigeria recently rose 24 places on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings, and earned a place on the list of top 10 reformers in the world.

Our External reserves is another cardinal promise made by President Buhari during the buildup to the 2015 presidential election which is economic revamp. While the Buhari-led administration is still facing series of economic challenges, owing largely to the reduction in global oil price, the administration has continued to build the foreign reserves up to an unprecedented level.

Recently, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) announced that the foreign reserves have grown steadily, rising by more than 19% in three months period. While the previous administration allegedly left foreign reserves of $29. 6 billion in 2015, some argued it was not up to that, the Buhari-led administration has almost doubled the amount in less than three years. The foreign reserves now reportedly stand at $46.554 billion while our Naria sell at 367 per dollar.

N-Power Scheme: President Buhari, upon resuming office in 2015, announced an initiative tagged Social Investment Scheme (SIP) which aims at providing easy-to-access jobs for the unemployed, feeding for school children and N5, 000 monthly handouts to some of the nation’s poorest people. N-power, specifically meant for unemployed graduates, is a component of the scheme. The N-Power is aimed at engaging unemployed Nigerians with a monthly stipend of N30, 000. It started out in December 2016. Currently, 200,000 volunteers have been recruited nationwide while another set of 300,000 graduate volunteers have been pre-selected for the next round of the programme.

The Buhari-led government also revealed that more than 7.4 million primary school pupils in 22 states have been fed, while almost 300,000 poor Nigerians are also receiving N5000 monthly cash transfer. According to the government, almost 300,000 Nigerians benefited from micro-credit loans of between N10, 000 to N100, 000.


The Agricultural revolution: The economy is now being truly diversified as Agriculture is now reportedly the second biggest thing after oil. The Buhari-led administration's agricultural revolution is based on two programmes - the Presidential Fertiliser Initiative (PFI) and the Anchor Borrowers Programme (financed by the CBN).

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the number of Nigerians facing food insecurity in the northeast dropped by half under the present administration. Also, Femi Adesina, the president’s special adviser on media and publicity, said: “Nigeria saw bumper food harvests, especially in rice, whose local production continues to rise significantly (States like Ebonyi, Kebbi, and Kano leading the pack, with Ogun joining at the end of 2017). The price of a 50kg bag of rice – a staple in the country – has fallen by about 30% since the beginning of 2017, as local production has gone up.” The reserve may seems to be the case, as the price of food stuff was observed to skyrocket in other regions.

This present administration has an Impressive increase in Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) Under President Buhari, the Nigeria Customs Service recorded its highest-ever revenue collection, crossing the One Trillion Naira (N1,000,000,000) mark. Also, the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB), under the new management appointed by President Buhari in 2016, remitted N7.8 billion to the coffers of the federal government. The total amount remitted by JAMB between 2010 and 2016 was reportedly N 51 million.


In addition to, Mr Integrity (large followership) Many Nigerians strongly believe that there is no Nigerian politician that has an ‘iota’ of integrity. However, an impressive percentage of the Nigerian populace exempts President Buhari from the list of the politicians with no integrity. His records, they say, as the country’s military head of state and petroleum minister speak for him. The integrity has earned him quite an impressive followership base which is the number one requirement needed to win an election in the present democratic system.

President Buhari still has a large followership base that is ready to fight it out with other presidential candidates in the 2019 elections and keep him in power till 2023. Nevertheless, just as President Buhari has so many factors that could make his re-election bid successful in 2019, there are equally some negative dynamics that could work against his re-election bid.

One of the factors listed that could negatively affect the president is the economic recession. Right under President Buhari, Nigeria slipped into recession in August 2016. According to the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics (NBS), the second quarter of 2016 Gross Domestic Product (GDP) declined by -2.06%.

Many economists attributed the recession to poor economic planning and inadequate concrete implementation of economic planning, high inflation rate; high interest rate, high taxation, and policy conflict. Most significantly, it was attributed to the over dependent of Nigeria government on oil for over 60% of its total revenues and the country for over 90% of her foreign exchange earnings.

Nigerians were thrown into hardship during this period of recession as prices of commodities in the market skyrocketed. Even though the NBS announced in September 2017 that Nigerian economy was out of recession, the people of Nigeria are yet to feel the difference between the period the country slipped into recession and when it emerged from recession.

There are certain things that will help the APC to retain power and ensure that President Buhari wins. He has massive electoral value and his stronghold states are still there like in the Northwest includes Kebbi, Kano, Kaduna, Jigawa, Katsina, Borno, Yobe, Kogi, along with North east; which includes Borno, Yobe,Gombe and Bauchi of course the South-West is a no-go area.


This is because they have positioned themselves to take the presidency in 2023 so they don’t want to make any mistake about that. Do you hear any party making so much noise in the South-West? Lagos, Ondo, Ekiti, Osun, Ogun, and Oyo are all for Buhari. Edo is already there. In Delta, they are making a significant move. APC lost Rivers State just by the whiskers, they have people like Rotimi Amaechi and Dakuku Peterside and I can assure you that Rivers may also lose more voters to APC coming 2019.


The APC is standing firm and President Buhari is also standing firm. The President is naturally connected with the masses. Nothing has tampered with that. Buhari is a man of the masses particularly in the North-Central where he has a stronghold, but slowly losing glance. Those who are against Buhari in this country are just a section of the elite that does not have any electoral value or maybe do not have PVC. That’s why Atiku campaign team needs to declare operation declare your PVC through ward to ward rallies .

The next election would be between a section of the elite and the masses. When you talk of electoral value, there is nobody that has the electoral value of Buhari. In Kano, they are going to give not less than two million votes to Buhari. Assuming Senate President Bukola Saraki goes with 300,000 votes in Kwara which is practically possible, they have the extra two million votes in Kano. APC strategy now is to work extra hard to ensure that more of their supporters come out to vote.

When we take out the aspect of governance, there is the issue of zoning and generational shift that would work naturally for Buhari. The issue of zoning is not a joke. If anybody other than Buhari is elected from the North as President, he is going to do eight years. This country must be one. The South-west believes that naturally, it is going their own way. For now, they are ahead in the race. By the time you give Buhari a second term, power goes to the southern part of the country for eight years, and by the time it comes back to the North, the whole generation of leaders have retired. That is why you see the whole tension going on now. Even after eight or 12 years when power comes back to the North, some of them may be in their 60s.

However, President Muhammadu Buhari’s approval rating has taken a plunge in the last three years that he has been in office, which informs the belief by political pundits that a run against the president in 2019 possess no political risk. Indeed NOI Polls, the No 1 country specific polling services for Nigeria has returned a damning verdict on President Buhari’s stewardship, with the results of its poll showing that over the last three years, the President’s job performance rating has taken a downward turn for the worse, plummeting from his highest rating of 78 percent and 80 percent recorded in September and October 2015, to 37 percent recorded in August 2016 and more recently 38 percent and 39 percent in the months of February and April 2018 respectively.

In more specific terms, the average approval rating of the president in 2018 stands below average at 39.6 percent; with his latest rating of May 2018 at 41 percent. So if 2018 holds the truth for 2019, a well-grounded candidate like former Vice President Atiku can confront the president with possibility of electoral good show.

Atiku Abubakar has been the most prepared Nigerian to steer the ship of state in the last decade. However he hasn’t been able to actualise his ambition because of the disposition of some detractors who feel threatened by the rich credentials that he brings to the table. But this is understandable, because politics taint noble people. So it is with Atiku.


Nigerians believe Atiku point of view on the vexed issues on restructuring and fiscal federalism are timely wake up call, and will form a major part of the issues that will shape campaigns for the nation’s most coveted political position in 2019.


Atiku Abubakar’s blueprint for Nigeria is by far his strongest weapon. The rich manifesto addresses all the challenges currently confronting the country. From defence and security, through job creation, education and infrastructure to poverty alleviation and power, no document from any presidential candidate in the history of Nigeria come close to Atiku’s manifesto in terms of concept, content and creativity.


Finally, Nigerians have a short fuse when it comes to showing understanding with leaders, especially when such leaders are not delivering on electoral promises. 2011 former President Goodluck Jonathan was the darling of Nigerians across ethnic and religious divide. He won the 2011 elections with several millions of votes ahead of General Muhammadu Buhari and his running mate, Pastor Tunde Bakare.

By 2015, this same Jonathan lost to Buhari and left the scene with so much hatred from the voting public. Buhari who had been rejected at the polls three consecutive times was elected. A Buhari who had been roundly disdained as a bigot, a religious extremist, and an unsellable candidate became the toast of Nigerian voters. This time around, history maybe about to repeat itself with an Atiku victory at the general election in February.”

But it is not going to be an easy task. To cross the lines are some critical hurdles of both human and strategy factors.

Here are samples of registered voters in geopolitical zones

Out of the 73,944,312 registered voters across Nigeria, as of January 2018, the Northwest had a total of 18,505,984 voters while the Southeast had 8,293,093.

The North central had 10,586,965 registered voters, while the North east zone had 9,929,015.

The Southwest had the second highest number of registered voters with 14,626,800.

The South south as a whole had 11,101,093 registered voters.

However, more facts showed that Buhari was seen to be worshipped whenever he visits a State in the north and southwest with a poll of over 28,000,000 voters predicted to be his maximum voters strength, 20,500,000 was also predicted to be his medium projected voters and lowest figure was 15,000,000 voters (foxxymobile.com.ng)

For all his faults, Buhari remains a huge factor in the politics of the North and southwest.

Of course crowds during State visits don’t necessarily translate to votes, but there are a barometer or harbinger of some sort.

Most of the lawmakers and Governors from APC controlled States got voted in just because Buhari raised their hands at campaign rallies.

The president enjoys a feral, cult following in the north and there’s nothing to suggest that has changed. Even now in south west.
Besides, the president continues to enjoy instant name recognition out there. No other politician comes close.

Moreover, the APC currently has 24 States in its kitty. Compare that with the PDP’s 11 and APGA’s 1.
In its prime, the PDP controlled 29 out of 36 states. That was in 2007 when Obasanjo systematically decimated the opposition.

Those were the days when the PDP boasted it was going to rule Nigeria for 60 years.

Besides, Buhari isn't losing sleep ahead of 2019 (Foxxymobile.com.ng)

Nigerian politicians don’t like to play opposition because their default setting is to align with the party that guarantees them food for their bellies. Nobody wants to die of hunger in the name of opposition.
Don’t be surprised if the APC sweeps more States in 2019 because PDP members are daily emptying into the governing party in droves. Whoever wants to win has already first declared operation show your PVC in region to region and ward to ward rallies.

We may just end up with a mono party democracy in 2019 and that would be bad for everyone.

Furthermore, the corruption fight perception

The joke on social media after Yusuf Buhari’s power bike accident, revolved around folks on the streets saying something along these lines in the north and south west:

“Buhari is a poor man who can’t afford a car for his son. That is why his son had an Okada accident”.
Now, that may be a stretch, but I have interacted with average Nigerians who tell me that Buhari is running Nigeria badly but at least he is no thief.

Don’t you see how Yusuf Buhari gets a royal reception after recovering from bike accident (Aisha Buhari)

The APC’s anti-corruption agenda may be scoffed at on social media but it remains ingrained in many minds on the streets.

Nigerians who actually possess PVCs may just hand Buhari another term because “he is not a thief”. These Nigerians have also been told that the thieves are the ones frustrating Buhari and who want to stop him from getting another term. Average vulnerable poor Nigerians up to 15 million voters.
So, yes, there you have it. Barring a miracle, it will be sai Baba till 2023 and there will be just enough humble pies to go around.


Already shared with a degree of certainty that the APC currently has 24 States in its kitty. Compare that with the PDP’s 11 and APGA’s 1. With the governors identifying, Stakeholders, Institutions, churches, Youths, Women forums, Organizations, Artisans and albeit subtly, coming up with their preferred aspirants. This, in effect, means the direction the delegates from such states would head is sealed. But these 36 states are not going to play as much a pivotal role as the 24 non-PDP states now regarded as the battleground states.


However, how well each of the aspirants is able to connect with the delegates from these states and harvest the votes thereof will obviously determine who eventually emerges the president of Federal Republic of Nigeria coming 2019.

Basically, there are two candidates on the card: between a former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar and current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari.


Issues which may affect electorate vote in these 2019 elections are:
1. Proper Distribution of the PVC and displaced voters in the North.
2. Many elites without PVC (Operation show your PVC) vs Many vulnerable Nigerians with PVC
3. Moving the location of polling units from one local govt to another location.
4. 15 million poor vulnerable Nigerians to Vote for stomach infrastructure-based campaign.
5. DSS and security operatives/agencies may strongly harass voters in their polling unit.
6. Electorate not knowing his or her polling unit during the accreditation and voting period.
7. Finger print accreditation error from the card reader. PLEASE Wash your hands before coming to the polling unit for Accreditation.
8. Electorate waiting for hours to be accredited/vote.
9. Restriction of auto-mobile movement and mobile phones, electorate may not be able to trick far to locate his or her polling units, if location seems to be ahead.
10. INEC database system may experience database stress-congestion or experiences total breakdown. Database which may often lead to database breakdown. Let hope that INEC did database stress-test.
11. A combination of Nigerian Elites and poor vulnerable Nigerians predicted to Vote based on stomach- infrastructure or issue-based campaign. With a voting strength of 35,675,515 voters , recommended as a Sit at Home Voters.

Politician Targets are:

Youth and Women Forums, Institutions, Artisan, ward to ward campaign, Public civil servants,Information Technology Specialist, Educational sector and Community Leaders

Social Media Campaign:
Through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

Religious Targets: Churches and Mosque.

New Media: TV and Billboard Adverts

Street Campaign: Interior ward to ward, Issue-based and Stomach infrastructure-based campaign

Innovation Campaign: Use of Classified web publishing sites, mobile web software apps and SMS messages

Watch live debate and decide: -- Voter’s rights to

Watch live Debates: Based on Issue-based campaign, Political Party campaign strategy from state to state, with sensitization programme, to Town Hall Meeting aw well as, Health and Educational institutional Forums.


Basic Issues to be discussed

Corruptions, Security, Power and Electricity, Unemployment, Infrastructural development, Health and Public Services development, State of the Economy, and Educational Sector development.


Based on these issues Nigerians can predict who may emerge as the next president of Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Here are Sample of voting strength from all region.

NO OF REGISTERED VOTERS------------------------------------------------------------- 73,944,312
MINIMUM VOTE EXPECTED NO OF ACCREDITED VOTERS-----------------------37,746,490
PREDICTED NO OF VOTERS EXPECTED TO SIT AT HOME----------------------- 35,675,515
MINIMUM NO OF VOTERS PREDICTED TO CAST THEIR VOTE----------------- 35,432,083
LOWEST NO OF EXPECTED REJECTED VOTERS----------------------------------------844,519
LOWEST NO OF EXPECTED VALID VOTERS-------------------------------------------- 587,564

The North-west

Kano: It is all the way Buhari. While, let say that the current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari could garner some 70% per cent votes for APC against 30 percent for PDP.

The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
APC 70% against 30% for PDP

Kaduna: Buhari is the aspirant to beat here with APC 80 per cent of the votes while PDP may struggle with the remaining 20 per cent.

The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
APC 80% against 20% for PDP

Jigawa: Delegates here are sympathetic to Buhari. Voting could be 80 percent for APC against 20 percent for PDP.
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
APC 70% against 30% for PDP

Sokoto: Delegates here are also sympathetic to Aminu waziri Tambuwal. Voting could be 51 percent for APC against 49 percent for PDP.
The odd favour former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
49% for APC against 51% for PDP

Kebbi: It is 80 percent for APC against 20% for PDP
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
APC 80% against 20% for PDP

Zamfara: Whilst the battle for votes here will be moderate, Atiku has an edge that could produce a 70 percent vote for PDP against nil percent for APC voting percentage in favor of the former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar (600,000 voters lost to PDP)
The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
70% for PDP against nil % for APC (No vote for APC for now)

Katsina: There is passionate home advantage here and the voting is Buhari all the way. It’s a no contest zone.
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari by 90% percent for APC against 10% for PDP.

The North-East
Borno: Buhari is strong here with an impressionable presence of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar . It is 70% for APC against 30% for PDP.
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
70% for APC against 30% for PDP

Yobe: Here, Buhari has a strong footing that will be evident in the voting pattern. He is likely to poll over 80 percent of total votes for APC against 20% for PDP.
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
APC 80% against 20% for PDP

Gombe: Delegates here are for Buhari with a not-too-bad outing for former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar. Say 60% for APC against 40% for PDP
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
60% for APC against 40% for PDP

Adamawa: Here is a no-go-area for Buhari. Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar clearly has the upper hand. It is 60 percent for PDP against 40% for APC.

The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
60% for PDP against 40% for APC


Taraba: Delegates here may have signed up for Buhari, perhaps in the region 55 percent votes for PDP against 45 percent for APC.
The odd favour former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
55% for PDP against 45% for APC

Bauchi: Chances are that Buhari will pull his weight here, albeit with some 80 percent for APC against 20 percent for PDP.
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
80% for APC against PDP 20%

The North-central
Kogi: Votes here will be 55% for APC against 45% for PDP.
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
55% for APC against 45% for PDP

Kwara:

Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar will clean up the Kwara votes with 60 percent for PDP against 40 percent for APC, Atiku may gather more votes based on the influence of the former governor, Bukola Saraki, who is believed to be sympathetic to the former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar cause.
The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
60% for PDP against 40% for APC


Niger: Delegates in Niger may tilt in the direction of Buhari, even though former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar is poised to fight hard. It is 55% percent for APC against 45 percent for PDP.
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
55% for APC against 45% for PDP

Plateau: Current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari is on the prowl here and is sure to hold sway. Delegates will boost his chances here over and above 51 percent for PDP against 49% for APC.
The odd may favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
51% for PDP against 49% for APC

Benue: The battle in Benue State promises to throw up some good challenge, however with a 53 percent for PDP and 47% for APC. Voting in favor of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar.
The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
53% for PDP against 47% for APC

Nasarawa: Indications are that delegates here have the backing of Buhari, but not without some good showing by former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar with 48 percent against 52 percent for Buhari.
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The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
APC 52% against 48% for PDP

FCT
Votes here will be 51% for APC against 49% for PDP.
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
51% for APC against 49% for PDP

The South-west
Lagos: It is too close to call but may go the way of current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari with a 51 percent for APC against 49 percent for PDP. Thou there is high level of street campaign and town hall sensitization programmes going on in Lagos which is based on how to impact the life of average Nigerian and how to vote e.g washing of hands before coming to the polling units, so that the card reader can capture your finger prints/get your PVC.
The odd may favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
PDP 49% - APC 51%

Ogun: Current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari is the issue here. Ogun may vote 53 percent for APC against 47 percent for PDP
The odd favor Current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari for Now...
APC 53% against 47% for PDP

Oyo: Although with a strong Buhari presence, APC may clean up votes here slightly, however, to the percentage of 55 percent for APC against 45 percent for PDP.
The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
APC 55% against 45% for PDP

Osun: Votes here will be hotly contested but with a slight Buhari edge. It is 49 percent for PDP against 51 percent for APC.
The odd favour current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
APC 51% against 49% for PDP

Ekiti: The battle for votes here will elicit interest and the turnout is most likely to be too close to call with a 49 percent for PDP against 51 percent for APC.
Too close to call but favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
APC 51% against 49% for PDP

Ondo: It looks like 46 percent for PDP against 54 percent for APC match between the two front runners.
• The odd favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
APC 54% against 46% for PDP


The South-south
Delta: The terrain here is safe for PDP with predict voting of 70 percent for PDP while 30 percent for APC. Voting here may not be too close to call, former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar appears to have made some inroads into Delta and may come out very strong; Buhari may not be able to neutralize such a hold this time.
The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
70% for APC against 30% for PDP

Edo: Here, the odds are clearly in favor of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar , however with an equally strong Buhari presence. Voting here may likely go 51 percent for APC against
49 percent in favor of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar.
The odds nearly favor current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari.
APC 51% against 49% for PDP

But reverse may be the case.

Cross River: A voting pattern in the region of 70 percent for PDP against 30 percent for APC in favor of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar.
The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
30% for APC against 70 % for PDP

Rivers: The race here is best described as a no contest duel. It is former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar all the way and at the very best, it would be 68 percent for PDP against 32 percent for APC.
The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
32% for APC against 68% for PDP

Akwa Ibom: Although Atiku appears to have an upper hand here, it can be anything above 70 percent for PDP against 30 percent for APC. With strong influence from Sentor, Godswill Akpabio has increase APC margin.
The odd favour former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
30% for APC against 70% for PDP

Bayelsa: The race here is best described as a no contest duel. It is former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar all the way and at the very best, it would be 80 percent for PDP against 40 percent for APC.
The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
40% for APC against 60% for PDP

The South-east
Imo: The absence of Governor Rochas Okorocha of the state will help destabilize the chances of Buhari, being a close ally. It however stands at 55% for PDP against 45% for APC. I can say that it is little difficult to predict the actual percentage in this zone because both parties are doing well in the campaign. But any of that percentage will emerge.
One factor that seems to aid Rochas Okorocha an edge is Free Education System for the indigence of the state from tertiary to the lowest level and the control of the public servant and Artisans/Hoodlums

One factor that seems to give former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar an edge here is religion due to peter obi.
The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
APC 45% against PDP 55%


Enugu: Capital of the Eastern Region!! Voting here also presents a 70 percent vote for PDP against 30% for APC with a lot of new empowerment scheme, stomach-based and issue-based campaign with religion still a major factor.
Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar holds the ace here. Thou, Rev Father Mbaka argued that Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi are stingy, they refuse to donate to his church. Even, with the effort and voters strength of the ex-governor chime.
The odd still Favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
30% for APC against 70% for PDP

Anambra: Nothing significantly changes here too as the whole of South-east may toe the same line. Maintaining good relationship with Federal Government, Contacts, allocation awards and second Niger Bridge is also part of the priority of the present governor, Chief Obiano whom is an APGA party.
But, it will still go the way of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar with 60 percent for PDP against 40% for APC.
Even Thou, some clergymen questions the President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari performance so far.
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The odd still favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
40% for APC against 60% for PDP

Abia: The God's own state as Abia otherwise is called is also likely to the Favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar with 60% percent for PDP against 40% percent for APC. It is still a factor of Stomach-based and Issue-based campaign with religion which plays major factor.
The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar.
40% for APC against 60% for PDP

Ebonyi: The last of the South-east states is not going to differ significantly. Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar enjoys an upper hand here too. No thanks to religion. But thanks to Stomach-based campaign and the PDP governor Umahi. It is a 60 percent for PDP against 40 percent for APC. It shows in favor of former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar.
The odd favor former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar
APC 40% for APC against PDP 60%.

From the above outcome of the whole 36 state predicted votes analyzed. It can be known or recommended that the APC-led or PDP-led party may strongly win by this percentage margin 59 percent against 41 percent. Bedsides, with the power of incumbency and massive turn out of poor valuable Nigerians loyal to Buhari. The current President, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari has a strong indication of winning 2019 presidential election by 3 to 10 percent margin base from our current research and findings. Nevertheless, there is also a strong indication that the former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar. may win if he can knockouts more than 60% of SIT AT HOME VOTERS with Operation Declare your PVC through stomach Infrastructure-based and issue- based campaign. Three square meal per day campaign from region to region --- ward to ward in 2019.

Well Finger crossed, until February 2019 for the breaking news. WARNING!! Figures may change based on the performance of both parties campaign strategies before February 2019.


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