APM guber hopeful pledges to end Jos unrest

From Teryima Ajijah, Jos

The gubernatorial candidate of the Allied Peoples Movement (APM) in Plateau State, Mohammed Abdullahi has said if elected governor of the state come 2023, the over 21 years civil unrest in Jos shall become history.

The APM governorship candidate, who stated this while speaking at the party secretariat Wednesday in Jos, lamented that successive state administrations haven’t done the needful to end the lingering crises. According to him, tribalism, and religious bigotry have hindered the needed solution.

Speaking on the zoning of Plateau governorship slot which according to history presently favoured Plateau citizens from Central geo-political zone, and he, (Mohammed Abdullahi and his running mate Zidaiha Aliyu both hail from Northern Plateau state, the APM guber candidate said his political party does not recognize zoning, but believes in credibility of candidates.

On the issue of lack of structure of the party in the state, Abdullahi informed that APM is known across Plateau State, and he was optimistic of winning the election; and just awaiting swearing in as governor.

He called on Plateau electorates to elect him, governor of Plateau state, that his leadership style shall eliminate the present anguish, bring about togetherness, witness prompt payment of worker’s salaries as at when due, stabilizer economy and also ensure socio-economic development of the entire state, irrespective of geo-political zone.

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