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2023: APC’ll continue ruling Plateau State, Hon. Dabang boasts

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By Moses Mark

A Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Chairman of the Party in Plateau State, Hon. Letep Dabang said the outcome of the Senatorial bye-election in Plateau has affirmed that the party will continue to rule Plateau in 2023.

Dabang said despite the difficulties Nigerians are going through as a result of COVID-19 and recession which is not peculiar to the country alone, the citizens have shown that they are still in love with the party.

Hon. Dabang stated this on Tuesday in Jos and said President Muhammadu Buhari has put in place friendly policies that have cushion the effect of hardship on the masses.

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“The People of Plateau South Senatorial District have spoken by electing Prof. Nora Dadu’ut as their Senator and that the people are in love with the party in the state.

“If you have being following political events on the Plateau you will know that the 2015 election that brought APC on board was not a mistake and the 2019 election was a confirmation. We won convincingly in Southern and Central zones, the only area we had challenges was the Northern zone.

“Our battle ground has always been Jos South, Barkin-Ladi and Riyom LGA and therefore, the pace have been set for APC to be in charge beyond 2023. The bye-election was a further confirmation that the people of Plateau State have not departed from believing in the APC.

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“The bye-election gives us hope and reason to believe that APC is on charge and will still be in charge beyond 2023.”

He noted that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration has put on ground deliberate youth friendly programme that addresses the plights of women and youths in the country.

“If you look at what is happening at the Federal and state level, I am not surprise that Nigerians will continue to keep faith with the APC despite of the suffering and hardship facing the country.

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“When the APC came into power, particularly those of us in Plateau State, the first it did was to stabilize the issue of insecurity in the state. People are now free to go about their business and farmers goes to farm without fear.

“People are happy that the security has returned 90 percent to Plateau. The security has also improved at the Federal level, what we are having now is the isolated activities of kidnappers and banditry.

“But the general insecurity caused by Boko Haram during the Goodluck Jonathan Administration, you will agree with me that things have stabilize.”

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