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Outcome Plateau PDP Primaries Is Sign of Good Things – Ex Gov. Jang

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Plateau Primaries: A former Governor of Plateau State, Senator Jonah Jang, has described the just concluded Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) primaries as a sign of good things soon to be experienced in the State.

He also said the outcome of the primaries will best be described as “no victor no vanquished, as all the aspirants gave a good account of themselves”.

The former Governor equally called on the governorship candidate of the in the State, Caleb Mutfwang to hit the ground running by joining forces with the other aspirants who sought the ticket for the number one seat in the state.

Jang through his Media Consultant, Clinton Garuba, said, it is time to put the state back in its right place, in both “national reckoning and international visibility”.

He said, “The just-concluded primaries of the Peoples Democratic Party in Plateau State which were held under a free and fair atmosphere without any kind of rancour is a sign of good things soon to be experienced in the State.

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“The outcome of the primaries will best be described as no victor no vanquished, as all the aspirants gave a good account of themselves and congratulated each other for a good contest.

“The party is set to be on winning ways again as it has shown that it is the true party for the state, one which is guaranteed to bring relief to the sufferings that citizens of the state have had to endure in the last seven years.

According to him, “The years past have indeed been full of agony and untold suffering for the people but succour is on the way with the emergence of the various candidates for various positions in the PDP.

“While we congratulate our candidates for the various positions, we must also applaud the many aspirants who sought to represent the party.

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Adding that “Their demonstration of sportsmanship in all the primaries is worthy of commendation. Those who won are just one among many equals.

“The outcome is a call to unity for all our stakeholders to return to the various constituencies to begin to engage with the people in order to vote in a new paradigm which guarantees a better life for our people.

“The PDP family has shown that unity of purpose is a core ingredient in achieving set goals, we must therefore return to the trenches as we prepare for the secondary election, knowing that we are up against a ruthless opponent whose stock in trade is propaganda without performance.

He maintained that “The Plateau people must show their dissatisfaction with non-performance and begin to mobilise, toward aligning with those who have not only shown empathy but are more concerned about guaranteeing a secured, peaceful and developed plateau for now and the on-coming generations.

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“We especially, congratulate Barr. Caleb Mutfwang for emerging as the PDP gubernatorial flagbearer and call on him to hit the ground running in joining forces with the other aspirants who sought for the ticket to begin to harmonise ideas, insights and concepts on how to prosecute the forthcoming general elections and put the state back in its right place, in national reckoning and international visibility”, he admonished.

Alamu Tosin

The writer is Alamu Tosin. I have three strong passions in life — football, blogging and movies — in that order. I love spending time with friends talking about the important things in life and hate nothing more than ‘authority’ and hypocrisy. My personal believe in life is that once an individual sets his/her mind to achieve something, it is totally possible. And oh!, I am a strong Lannister, because I always pay my debt. For writing or fixing gigs, contact [email protected]

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