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Plateau APC set to receive thousands of decampees – Latep Dabang

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As a built up to the forthcoming Plateau South Senatorial by-election, the State Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Hon. Latep Dabang has said that the party is set to receive thousands of defectors from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and other political parties.

He said the party has a marketable product for the Senatorial race and he is optimistic that the APC would win the Plateau South senatorial rerun election which will come up on October 31.

The party Chairman stated this yesterday while speaking at a town hall meeting of the party’s candidate, Prof Nora Dadu’ut in Langtang South local government area of the State.

According to the APC Chairman, “Prof Nora Dadu’ut is a registered member of the APC. You know that the membership registration of our party rest with Ward Chairmen. So, 153 is the registration number of Prof Nora at Kwalla-Moeda Federal Ward. She did not come into APC because of this aspiration; she has been with the APC long before now.

“I have received series of request from PDP members who want to decamp to APC. By next week, we are going to received decampees.”

The Director General of the Nora Dadu’ut Campaign Organization, Sen. Victor Lar charged the people of Tarok land to key into the vision of the APC as better things are coming.

“It is height time that Tarok people should key into the vision of the APC. I have confidence in the candidature of Prof. Nora Dadu’ut.

The APC flag bearer, Prof. Nora Dadu’ut said the APC is big family.

“We are all in this project, APC is one big family, I am very sure that we are going to make a big difference.

“I know Langtang North and South and to a large extent Southern Zone to be the food basket of Plateau State. And by the grace of God with your support, we shall explore our agricultural potentials in the zone as well as well as healthcare will remain paramount to me if elected.”

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