Peter Obi supporters endorse Taraba PDP guber candidate

By Suru Charles

Supporters of the Labour Party (LP) Presidential candidate, Peter Obi, in Taraba state, have unanimously resolved to throw their weight behind the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) guber candidate for the state, Kefas Agbu.

About 145,315 eligible voters from the state, were said to have voted for Peter Obi in last Saturday’s presidential election.

The supporters who yesterday stormed Jalingo, the state capital from the 168 wards of the sixteen local government councils of the state, said they have collectively agreed to vote for the guber candidate of the PDP.

Coming under the umbrella of the Coalition for Better and Brighter Nigeria CBBN) to endorse the PDP candidate, they unanimously resolved to repeat the same feat by voting en mass for the PDP candidate.

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Led by Evangelist Philip Munlip and Musa Moses, the leadership of the group, they said have carefully examined the records of Agbu and had unanimously agreed to join forces with him to triumph at the poll.

“The Taraba state leadership of the CBBN after critically examining the gubernatorial candidates and looking at their antecedents and capacity for the forthcoming governorship election has decided to support the candidacy of the PDP guber candidate.”

The decision was taken after due consultation with all our chapters drawn from the sixteen local government councils of the state. He added that in a bid to bridge all identified gaps, our relevant stakeholders in the various communities and wards in Taraba state in order to assure a victorious outcome in the governorship election.

The group, who is optimistic that their votes will count, said “we are assured that our votes will make the difference for the PDP guber candidate come Saturday’s governorship election.”

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