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Plateau to host Buhari, Tinubu, others for APC presidential campaign flag off
 
By: News Editor
Mon, 14 Nov 2022   ||   Nigeria, Jos, Plateau State
 

Plateau State is ready to host the All Progresives Congress (APC) Presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, President Muhammadu Buhari, APC National Chairman, Sen. Abdullahi Adamu and other dignitaries, for the flag off of APC presidential campaigns.
APC will launch its campaigns at the Rwang Pam Stadium, on Tuesday, in Jos, the State capital.
This was disclosed by the Chairman, Local Organising Committee and Deputy Speaker, House of Representatives, Ahmed Wase, on Monday, in Jos.
Wase said the committee has concluded the arrangements for the event.
The Chairman noted that security and other arrangements are put in place for the success of the programme.
He said; “With the calibre of guests, you can see that we have daunting task ahead of us, especially their security and safety while in the state.’’
“These tasks are surmountable as we have properly strategised to ensure nothing is left to chance.”
According to Wase, the party’s vice presidential candidate, Sen. Kashim Shettima; the Senate President; Sen. Ahmed Lawan; the Speaker House of Representatives, Rep. Femi Gbajabiamiia, as well as other dignitaries will be in attendance.
He continued; “I wish to commend the APC for its choice of Plateau for the launching of its presidential campaign.’’
“The choice of Jos which has a memorable history of hosting presidential campaigns and presidential primaries which produced presidents of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is not a mistake.’’
“This time around we are very prepared to repeat that feat as we confidently March into the 2023 presidential and general elections.”
It was reported that Jos is wearing a new look as potholes on the streets leading to the venue of the event have been filled.
The Director General, APC Presidential Campaign Council, Gov. Simon Lalong, is expected to visit Rwang Pam Stadium on Monday to inspect the stadium.

 

 

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