The chairman of the opposition party in Nasarawa state,Chief Yunana Iliya has chastise the current All Progressives Congress under Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura for the sacking of 7000 youth in the state ,Iliya said the People’s Democratic Party if elected would reinstate the sacked Local Government workers.
The state chairman gave the disclosure during the campaign rally of the PDP held at Garaku the headquarter of Kokona, Chief Iliya decried the the dearth of civil service in the state under the leadership of the ruling party, Adding that Local Government councils are breeding grounds for reptiles and rodent under the APC.
Chief Yunana Iliya expressed displeasure over the handling of affairs of the state by the incumbent governor, pointing accusing fingers on the chief executive of diverting billion of naira accrued to the state under the Subsidy Reinvestment and Economic Programme of Mr president.
“Go to Benue, Plateau and Niger states, you would see buses ,tricycle and motorcycle given to people under the subsidy Reinvestment and Economic Programme of Mr. President, Again the governor corner the N10,000 monthly stipend accorded to youth.
The worst of all was the 20 percent deduction of workers salary by governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura,Said Yunana Iliya.
He also accused the governor of empty promises, appealing to youth to remain calm and resolute, saying the labour of youth in the party shall not be in vain, and Calling on all card carrying members of the party to turn out en masses to vote massively for PDP.
The secretary Board of Trustees of the party, Senator Walid Jibrin condemned the ongoing campaign of tribalism and religion by the gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance,Labaran Maku.
Saying politics of religion and tribalism cannot stand the taste of time in the politics of Nasarawa state.
“I’m a Muslim and Fulani by tribe I’m going to vote President Goodluck Jonathan for president, Yusuf Agabi as our governor, Aliyu Wadada for senate and those for House of Representatives and Houses of Assembly respectively.