3 PDP presidential aspirants reportedly pick Senate, guber forms through surrogates

3 PDP presidential aspirants reportedly pick Senate, guber forms through surrogates

- Three presidential aspirants on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party have reportedly picked up Senate and governorship forms

- Allies are said to have purchased the forms for the presidential aspirants

- They are said to have embarked on this in case their presidential bid fail

Ahead of 2019 general elections and in bid not to lose out totally in the scheme of things, three presidential aspirants on the platform of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have reportedly used allies to purchase Senate and governorship forms.

Vanguard reports that the three aspirants include two serving senators and an incumbent governor.

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Twelve aspirants have already picked the PDP presidential nomination and expression of interest forms.

These aspirants include Atiku Abubakar, Ahmed Makarfi, Sule Lamido, Attahiru Bafarawa, Rabiu Kwankwaso, Tanimu Turaki, and Ibrahim Dankwambo.

The others are Aminu Tambuwal, David Mark, Bukola Saraki, Datti Baba Ahmed and Stanley Osifo.

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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum (SMBLF), ahead of the 2019 elections, met with a presidential aspirant, ex-vice president Atiku Abubakar, in Abuja on Sunday, September 9, to discuss his programmes and policies for the country.

According to The Punch, the forum also extended an invitation to other aspirants including President Muhammadu Buhari to present their development blueprints and plans for the nation.

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