Maku is the best candidate for the job –APGA

July 13, 2018
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The Director-General, Labaran Maku Campaign for 2019 Nasarawa State Governorship, Dr. Nawani Aboki, has said that he is the best candidate to occupy the governorship position in the state.

He made the statement at a meeting of the campaign team on Friday at the secretariat of the All Progressives Grand Alliance in Lafia, Nasarawa State.

He said, “Maku is a good product for the state. With him as governor of Nasarawa, the future would be bright. So all we need is to apply the right language that will attract the electorate to vote him as governor in 2019.”

The DG said that with the support of the people, APGA was going to lead the state to the Promised Land where crises would give way to development and harmony.

Earlier, a party chieftain, Alhaji Ibrahim Abu, described the APGA in the state as a party for the people and not a dynasty of individuals interested in hijacking the state for the benefit of a few.

He said, “We all know what we have passed through in the last eight years. Our focus now should be how to attain a peaceful coexistence and development across the 13 local government areas.”

A top member of the party in the state, Alias Adokwe, urged the campaign team to work hard to return the state to its glory days where people of the state showed love and respect towards each other.

He said, “Today in the state, we are living as if we are enemies. Your campaign should center on uniting the citizens when APGA takes over the leadership of the state.”

Chairman of the party in the state, Alhaji Musa Saidu, urged the team to work in harmony to bring everybody together.

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