APC newspaper predicts results of 2019 election, says PDP will only win 4 states (see state by state breakdown)



Ahead of 2019 general election, a Facebook page associated with the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has on Friday, October 12, released its prediction for the election.

In its prediction, APC newspaper predicted that the ruling party will win in 30 states of the federation, including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja, while the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will win only in 4 states.

It also predicted that the states of Delta and Cross River would be shared equally between the two leading political parties.

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Below is a breakdown prediction of 2019 general election state by state as posted by APC newspaper.

1. Abia state – APC 45%, PDP 55%

2. Adamawa state – APC 90%, PDP 10%,

3. Akwa Ibom state – APC 60%, PDP 40%,

4. Anambra state – APC 70%, PDP 30%

5. Ekiti state – APC 80%, PDP 20%

6. Bauchi state – APC 90%, PDP 10%

7. Bayelsa state – APC 30%, PDP 70%

8. Benue state – APC 60%, PDP 40%

9. Borno state – APC 98%, PDP 2%

10. Cross River state – APC 50%, PDP 50%

11. Delta state – APC 50%, PDP 50%

12. Edo state – APC 90%, PDP 10%

13. Ebonyi state – APC 30%, PDP 70%

14. Enugu state – APC 30%, PDP 70%

15. Gombe state – APC 95%, PDP 5%

16. Imo state – APC 70%, PDP 30%

17. Jigawa state – APC 90%, PDP 10%

18. Kaduna state – APC 89%, PDP11%

19. Kano state – APC 95%, PDP5%

20. Katsina state – APC 98%, PDP 2%

21. Kebbi state – APC 95%, PDP5%

22. Kogi state – APC 80%, PDP 20%

23. Kwara state – APC 70%, PDP 30%

24. Lagos state – APC 97%, PDP 3%

25. Nasarawa state – APC 85%, PDP 15%

26. Niger state – APC 90%, PDP 10

27. Ogun state – APC 90% PDP 10%

28. Ondo state – APC 80%, PDP 20%

29. Osun – APC 70%, PDP 30%

30. Oyo state – APC 90%, PDP 10%

31. Plateau state – APC 80% PDP 20%

32. Rivers state – APC 60% PDP 40%

33. Sokoto state – APC 90%, PDP 10%

34. Taraba state – APC 90%, PDP 10%

35. Yobe state – APC 98%, PDP 2%

36. Zamfara state – APC 98%, PDP 2%

37. FCT Abuja – APC 80%, PDP 20%

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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, picked former governor of Anambra state, Peter Obi in Abuja, as his running mate for the 2019 presidential elections.

NAIJ.com reported that Obi arrived at Abubakar’s residence in Asokoro neighborhood this afternoon and both had undisclosed talks.

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