House Of Assembly Primaries, We Are Set For Gov. Jang Imposed Candidates By Yakubu Busari,Jos.

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The ruling PDP in Plateau State  Elders has vowed that they are battle ready  to resist any moves by Governor Jonah David Jang to select rubber stamp  House of Assembly candidates Ahead of the   2015 election.
As uncertainties  and fear struck out over imposition of candidates in most polling units visited  on the state Assembly Primaries .

The  Elders, who said  they have to  fight using  the electorates and  National headquarters of PDP in Abuja and  also kicked against the  Governors selection of serving Senator Sunday Gyang Pwajok describing it as “unilateral“.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with the in Jos at the weekend,one time State  Chairman of PDP, Professor Dakum Shown explained that they went to Abuja to register their complaints against the decision of the Governor.

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“The National headquarters is briefed on the dangers of the Governor unilateral action“, noting that “it is capable of making PDP to lose plateau State if not properly managed by the party“.

According to him, the party faithful in plateau state will use all mean to reject the governors “selfish and unilateral miscalculation of a single individual.“
He pointed out  that PDP is now left with the option of chosen between the electorates and the state governor.

Governor Jonah David Jang has planned to swap his position with Senator Pwajok whom he personally anointed as his successor in the state.
All effort by the party loyalist to make the governor change his posture according to the wishes of the people in the state.

Similarly, plateau State Citizens at home and Diaspora  have equally rejected the selection of governor Jang nephew as the sole candidate of the ruling PDP in the state.

According to Mr Yakubu Sati who spoke for the state indigents in abroad said “we are not happy with the politics of imposition in the state and we want the governor to revisit such decision for the interest of all in the state“.

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