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Prepare To Hand Over By May 29th Nasarawa PDP Tells Al-Makua By Rabiu Omaku, Lafia

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A staunch member of President Goodluck Support Group (GSG) in Nasarawa state, Barrister Musa Aluko has advised the incumbent governor of Nasarawa state, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura who is seeking for his second term bid to forget it and be prepared to quit the shendam road Government House before 29th May 2015.
The jurist cum politician stated this during their inauguration as state executive of Goodluck Support Group in Lafia recently, The PDP heavyweight advice the current governor to forget his re-election, He berates the state governor for not meeting up to the yearning and aspiration of the commoners.
He identified the in-actions and inability of the chief executive to quell the upheaval that rock the state right from the inception of the All Progressives Congress regime in the state, Adding that the crisis in the state has wreak havoc to the people that are not politicians and indigents.
“The people are tired of Umaru Tanko Al-Makura’s administration, our women are raped, butchered and maimed on daily basis at their farms, This not what we bargain for while agitating for a state of our own called Nasarawa state”.
He further opined that the quest for the creation of the state out of the then Plateau state has been defeated, Musa Aluko expressed displeasure over the gory happenings in the state which also include the rising spate of wanton killings.
he also lamented the neglect of youth by the state government, buttressing   that the APC regime instead of creating job opportunity workers were again sacked, describing the sitting governor as anti-youth administration.

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