Nasarawa LP Gubernatorial Candidate Steps Down, Backs PDP

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Ahead of Saturday’s gubernatorial election, Joseph Ewuga, the Labor Party candidate in Nasarawa state, withdrew his candidacy and backed David Ombugadu of the People’s Democratic Party.
Speaking at the Akwanga Local Government Area on Wednesday, Ewuga announced he was resigning to support the PDP candidate’s opportunities.

Ewuga urged supporters to support the PDP candidate and expressed confidence in Ombugadu’s ability to lead Nasarawa State to new heights.

He said;-

“I have decided to step down from the governorship race to fully support my brother from the Peoples Democratic Party, David Ombugadu.

I believe he has great plans for our dear state and if he is voted into office, he will ensure that the 13 LGAs of the state are developed.

“So, I am calling on all my supporters and followers all over Nasarawa State to come out en masse on Saturday, March 11 to vote for Dr. David Ombugadu, to enable all residents of the state to enjoy the dividends of democracy for the next four years.”

A former Minister of Information and Director-General of the State PDP Campaign Council, Labaran Maku, said his party and the Labor Party decided to come together to rescue the Nasarawa State from the alleged bad governance of the All Progressives Congress administration. Any attempt to rig the elections and usurp the will of the masses will be resisted by the people,” Maku added.


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