A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) in Ondo State, Hon. Andrew Ogunsakin has affirmed that the Party would regain power from the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) in the 2019 general elections.
Ogunsakin, who was the Special Assistant to former governor, Olusegun Mimiko on Forestry/Leader Taskforce on Forestry for seven years made this known while addressing journalists shortly after his annual empowerment programmes for the youths in Igbotako, Okitipupa local government area of the state.
The PDP chieftain disclosed that the ruling APC has failed the entire people in the country, saying poverty is visible in all homes in the country in the last two years of their administration.
The Igbotako born politician said: " I have no doubt in my mind that the PDP is stronger and prepared to take over power from the ineptitude APC. People are tired of lies and propaganda from them and they want the real change come 2019.
"In the last two years, we can see our economy, health, education, security and all other areas have been bastardized by the APC because they have nothing to offer, which has led to poverty, unemployment. From what the people are saying in the streets, PDP is the party come 2019."
While commending the leadership of the party at federal and the zonal level for their efforts in reconciling the aggrieved members, he noted that the party would come out to be more united ahead of the future elections.
"I want to specially commend the leadership of the party in the country and especially the National Vice Chairman (South West) Dr. Eddy Olafeso for their reconciliation moves across the country and states in order to see PDP members are more united ahead of the coming elections."
Ogunsakin advised the people in the country and the state to have more faith in the PDP and offer their support as the party is set to offer them more dividends of democracy.