“ThePDP can now proudly claim it’s hopeful of electoral victories in the coming elections slated for Dec. 12,” Wodi said in a statement.
According to him, theparty shall deploy all its strength legally and politically to resist any manipulation of theelection results from the polling units to the final collation centre.
He added that thePDP was confident of the victory arising from reports of unverified polls conducted by two independent vote speculator organisations.
Wodi said that the polls put thePDP candidates in the front lead with better chances to win the elections than theAPC candidates.
He said the poll organisations used such criteria as to eligibility, voters’ trust, ability to deliver representation, internal party democracy, loyalty to electorates, age, individualism, and 2023 projection among others.
ThePDPchairman said that only manifestly fair and true results would be accepted by PDP agents.
He urged all agencies of governments charged with the conduct of the elections to be fair and just.
“We are already celebrating our projected victories and we hope to celebrate the actual results when announced.
“By-polls now reported, our candidates have 65 percent to 30 percent lead scores.
“To our surprise, we are informed that the manner of the emergence of theAPC candidates will be the reasons for theparty to lose.
“What we expect is free, fair, and credible elections. We shall resist any rigging. We will not sleep over our mandate this time,” Wodi said.