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APC Senatorial Candidate Pledged To Improved On Security In Plateau North By Yakubu Busari,Jos

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The All Progressive Congress ,APC , Northern senatorial candidate ,Mrs Eunice Yisa Sambo has  lamented over the killings and mutual suspicion among Muslims and Christians in Northern Plateau as he pledged to improve on the  security situation ,if elected.
She promised to employ dialogue in managing the lingering crisis in the Northern plateau, if elected as the senator come April, 2015. Mrs Sambo reiterated this during the media forum of the correspondent chapel of NUJ, Plateau state council for all political parties in Plateau state.
According to Sambo, it is a rare privilege to be vying to be senator in a cosmopolitan constituency like the Northern zone, stressing that the most complex and challenging environment in the whole of Nigeria as it sparks of a reflection of Nigeria in its miniature nature.
Sambo described Jos the state capital as a small London with a peculiar nature that share common nationality Europe. She added that, she will use her office as a platform to which the constituency would benefit from the strategic partnership with funders and well meaning philanthropist.
She explained further that massive awareness of constituents on the value of volunteerism in undertaking community joint projects, adding, “An understanding of citizen’s responsibilities in undertaking joint community projects shall be given priority.
Sambo emphasized the need to pursue value orientation program that would address peaceful coexistence with Muslim and Christian community. The APC candidate promised partnership with the members of correspondents’ chapel in consolidating on building relationship with the people of Plateau North.

She said, she was fuelled by the desire to reduce the high level of unemployment and fighting poverty in the environment.

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