WE WOULD NOT BETRAY YOUR CONFIDENCE, BUHARI THANKS PLATEAU STATE

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The politics in Nigeria is getting interesting and it as it seems the Middle Belt section of the country is in tandem with APC , the ruling party. This was demonstrated when multitudes came out to receive the president Buhari and his team when they came to the city of Jos to campaign.

The President took to his social media page to thank the citizens of the Tin City on the reception they accorded him irrespective of the challenges they have faced. In his word, the president said

“I can’t thank Plateau State enough for the overwhelming reception today. There were so many excited people, that I didn’t get a chance to address you. Thank you for your faith in us, and steadfastness over the years. Even as we seek another mandate from you, we will not betray the confidence you have reposed in us. Thank you very much.”

Plateau State has been a state in turmoil lately, with packets of community clashes and that of farmer – herdsmen becomes a sore point. The President has promised to put an end to this quagmire that the state is noted for and possibly revive the Agro allied sector to be in line with what is applicable in the 21st century.

Anthony Emeka NWOSU

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