…Says he’ll run an all inclusive government

From Gyang Bere, Jos

Plateau State Governorship candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Barr. Caleb Mutfwang has promised that his administration will ensure that farmers go to their farms and returned unhurt if elected into office.

He noted that he will run an all inclusive governance where people from different segment of the society will be protected and be accommodated to run their legitimate businesses without harassment.

Barr. Mutfwang disclosed this on Monday during a town hall meeting with PDP stakeholders, Development Associations, leadership of various ethnic groups in Jos South Local Government Area, held at Langfield Leisure Centre, Jos.

He explained that Jos South has been with PDP since 1999 and has continue to vote the party right from inception; and urged the people to keep faith with the PDP by voting the party from top to bottom in the next elections for the greater good of the people.

“We will make sure that farmers go to farms and returned unhurt, we will restore security so that people who are displaced as a result of insecurity are returned to their ancestral lands.”

Mutfwang admonished Plateau people not to divide their votes during the presidential and governorship elections in the state so as not to enthrone APC, a failed government that has inflicted untold hardship on innocent Nigerians.

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“I am assuring you that PDP is the safest political party in Plateau fully prepared to deliver dividends of democracy to the people and will win the next elections convincingly.

“We will ensure that the affliction of insecurity that has plaque Plateau come to an end, we will fix security to facilitate the return of our people back to their ancestral lands.”

Plateau State PDP Chairman, Hon. Chris Hassan expressed joy over the votes turned out by the people of Jos South at the 2015 and 2019 elections and urged them to mobilize people at the polling units to produce more votes in 2023.

He explained that PDP conducted free, fair and inclusive party primaries which produced competent and credible candidates that is why none of the candidates was dragged to court.

The Director General Atiku/Mutfwang Campaign Council, Hon. Latep Dabang said only PDP lawmakers are currently commissioning projects and said member representing Barkin-Ladi/Riyom in the House of Representatives, Hon Simon Mwadkwon and Plateau South has sponsored a bill for the establishment of North Central Development Commission which will help in the return of displaced persons to their ancestral lands.

He explained that PDP has more credible candidates who have impacted people positively which includes Hon. Dachung Musa Bagos, member representing Jos South/Jos East in the House of Representatives, and member representing Jos South State constituency in the State House of Assembly.