By Matthew Ajai-Kume
Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Benue State governorship candidate, Titus Uba has charged people of the state and PDP members in particular to vote the party from bottom to top.
Uba gave this charge Tuesday during the inauguration of PDP State and Management Campaign Councils at the party secretariat in Makurdi.
“PDP is the only political party that can rescue the country and Benue State from insecurity and other hardship,” he stated.
On her part, member of PDP Board of Trustees, Chief Margaret Icheen called on all to go to their various polling units to canvass votes for the victory of party.
The Director General of Uba and Ngbede 2023 Campaign Council, Dr Cletus Ityokyaa assured that, the council would work assiduously to clinch all the elective positions in 2023 general elections.
“We shall work hard with this experienced people to clinch all the elective positions in 2023 general elections,” Dr Ityokyaa maintained.
The Chairman, PDP, Benue State, Isaac Mffo commended Governor Ortom and other party faithful for conducting acceptable primaries that produced the best candidates that would fly the party’s flag during the 2023 general elections.
“I appeal to members of the party to sustain their support and commitment to the party for overwhelming victories,” Mffo stated.
In their separate speeches for Benue Zones A, B and C, Dr Jem Tor Anyiin, Mike Mku and Moses Ajema respectively said the zones believed in the ideologies of the PDP and assured of the success of the party in the forthcoming 2023 general elections
Speaking for youths, John Paul said the youths of the state are behind Governor Samuel Ortom and the party to succeed, while the party Women Leader, Mrs Abeje Ugwa said the women got many political and elective positions for that reason, the women of Benue would continue to stand for the victory of the party in 2023.
Addressing the gathering on behalf of all the national and state assembly candidates of the party, PDP candidate for Vandeikya/Konshisha Federal Constituency, Julius Atorough and Patrick Ogbu for elders assured that the party would not relent in its efforts to win all positions in the 2023 general elections.
The Commissioner for Justice and state Attorney General, Barr Michael Gusa administered both oath of allegiance and office to 160 members of State and 30 members of management campaign councils.