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Hon Golu allegedly involved in changing delegates lists for Chairmanship Election

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Yakubu Busari

Elders of  People Democratic Party (PDP) in Kanke Local Government Area of Plateau state have alleged involvement of Hon. Timothy Golu in the  act of  replacing names of LGA secretaries.

The Elders, who spoke to our correspondent at the party secretariat  accused member representing Kanke ,Hon Timothy Golu for replacing the names of  secretaries of LGA with his own candidates.

However, some group of women and youths stormed the party secretariat on Thursday morning demanding the secretariat to release the original list or face their anger .

“We are calling on the party faithful to  reverse   those names that were tempered  by returning officers of their wards in the last Saturday ward congresses, or no election will  be conducted “.

The party headquarters witness influx of various supporters group who vow to resist any attempt to disenfranchised them with the lists of people that didn’t participate in the election processes.

One of the Ward Elder, Mrs Linda Kassam warned that Timothy Golu was responsible in the deal of buying the lists from the returning officer in charge of Langji to replace their names.

According to her ,they were given the original names of those who were elected as delegates, but to their surprise they came to discover yesterday that the member paid money to get them removed.

Information available revealed that those who are behind Damishi Sango include, the immediate past governor Jonah David Jang, Sen, Jeremiah Timbut Useni  ,Hon.Kemi Nicholas Nshi  ,former commissioners,Local Government Chairmen .

Those who stood for Plateau project are; Sen. Victor Lar ,Sen Joshua Dariye and Beni Lar which Hon Bitrus Kaze .

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