PDP Elders Boycott Hon Timothy Golu Stakeholders Meeting

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Yakubu Busari

The Political rumble in Pankshin Kanam and Kanke Federal constituency of Plateau central went berserk today, as stakeholders of the People Democratic Party (PDP) boycotted meeting scheduled by member representing the Area, Hon. Timothy Golu.

The familiarization meeting organized for stakeholders of the PDP turned out that Elders and party supporters shunned event.

According to eyewitness, the Hon Timothy Golu free medical outreach was arranged to solicit the cooperation of stakeholders across the three local governments that made up PKK representative.

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Information available to this medium revealed that, Hon Golu constituents members refused to avail themselves for the free medical outreach organized by his coordinators in   Pankshin, Kanke and Kanam (pkk) on Saturday.

The flag-off is slated was slated today at the General hospital Pankshin was slated to last for three days, but it eventually witnessed low turnout of persons.

It was  gathered that the recent decamping of top politicians  from the PKK especially former Governor Joshua Dariye and Deputy Speaker ,Rt Hon Yusuf Babayo Gagdi  have threatened the reelection of Hon Timothy Golu in 2019.

Universalreporters247.com source disclosed that Hon Yusuf Gagdi decamping was pencil by APC leadership to gun for the House of Representative seat while Senator Joshua Dariye will eye the senatorial seat come 2019.

Stakeholders in PKK Local Government Areas are of the strong views that Hon. Golu performances don’t warrant him to be reelected for the second time.

The group lamented that since Hon Golu was elected on platform of PDP about 20 months now the people of his constituents are yet to feel the impact of democracy dividends.

They explained further that, the member has gone into limbo that nobody heard him on media or on the floor of the house which is a clear incident of  abandoning the  people of PKK.



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