Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan and presidential candidate of the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) embraces leading opposition All Progressive Congress presidential candidate Mohammadu Buhari during a conference to promote non-violence att ~ STRINGER
Abuja - PDP National Chairman Adamu Mu'azu along with party governors have been blamed for Goodluck Jonathan's poor rating ahead of the upcoming elections.
According to members of the Niger Delta Youth Parliament (NDYP), the imposition of PDP candidates by party governors and a lack of internal democracy within the party are factors to blame for a decline in supporters of the ruling party.
According to a Naij report, NDYP National Coordinator Imoh Okoko has revealed that youths in the Niger Delta region are worried about alleged "manipulations" by Mu'azu and other parties which could have a negative impact on Jonathan and his campaign for the presidency.
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Speaking on the popukarity of APC presidntial candidate Muhammadu Buhari, Okoko acknowledged that the former military leader may be gaining more ground across the country.
Okoko has also taken a swipe at Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) boss Attahiru Jega, saying he was never ready for the elections.
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