2023: Only Atiku Can Get 25% Votes Across Nigeria, Says Mutfwang

Seriki  Adinoyi in Jos

Plateau State Governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr. Caleb Mutfwang, has said that the presidential candidate of the party, Atiku Abubakar, is the only one that has the acceptability to comfortably get 25 per cent of votes across the six geo-political zones in the country in the February 25 presidential election.

He therefore urged Plateau citizens to embrace the PDP for the unity, security and development of the state as it is the only platform that has the interest of Plateau and Nigeria.

Mutfwang noted this yesterday during a town hall meeting with PDP stakeholders in Jos North Local Government Area after a visit to the traditional royal fathers, the Gwom Kabong Da. Justice Gabriel Sha (rtd), the Ujah of Anaguta, Pozoh Johnson Magaji among others where they prayed for him.

He said, “The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has presented credible and competent candidates for the 2023 elections from the presidential to the state House of Assembly. Atiku Abubakar of the PDP is the only presidential candidate that can get 25 per cent of votes across the six geo-political zones in the country.

“I want to give a commitment that Atiku is coming to unify Nigeria. I therefore, want to advocate that in your houses and anywhere you find yourself, preach the gospel of PDP from top to bottom.

“I stand before you to say that I have only one agenda, that I will make Plateau peaceful, we will secure Plateau people and make them productive to become economically self-reliant.”

Mutfwang noted that Plateau is indebted to about N200 billion and need an experienced and God-fearing person like him to manage the available resources to the best interest of the people.

“Plateau is on its knees; it is the most backward state in Nigeria, we are indebted to about N200 billion today. We need somebody that will come to drive Plateau out of the current poverty, huge debt profile and unite the people for the development of the state.

“I pledge before you that if I am elected, I don’t have any other agenda than to work for the progress of Plateau. I want you to trust me that from February 25 to March 11, there will be improvement in the state if we vote PDP to power,” he pledged.

Mutfwang assured the people that he will be a governor of Plateau who will be fair and give justice to all citizens of the state.

He assured that his administration will revamp the Agricultural Services Training Centre (ASTC) and Plateau Agricultural Development Programme (PADP) to create self-sustaining agricultural growth in Plateau.

He added that his government will empower hunters and vigilante groups and equip the state security outfit, Operation Rainbow, to watch over and protect the people, especially in rural communities that have suffered persistent attacks.

He added that women, youths and people living with disabilities will be given adequate attention in terms of appointments and empowerment in the PDP government.

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