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Stop playing politics of religions, tribes, aspirant tells politicians

By Marie-Therese Nanlong

Jos — Senator representing Plateau North senatorial zone and governorship aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Gyang Pwajok has urged politicians to be conscious of the nation’s unity and stop playing politics of religions and tribes.

Senator Pwajok noted that bringing religious and tribal differences into politics are cheap things to do and they have the tendency of tearing the respective States and the entire country apart.

He spoke at the weekend in Jos while commissioning the Youth Campaign office as well as inagurating the Central Working Committee of his campaign organization.

The Senator stressed that he is ready to work with the youths as one of them and promised to take the state to a greater height if given the mandates at the primary and general elections.

Similarly, the Special Assistant to President Goodluck Jonathan on Youth and Student Matters, Jude Imagwe who was the Chairman of the event called on youths in the state to always support the PDP.

Imagwe also appealed to all aspirants in the State not to take politics as a do or die affair but play by the rules and bring sanity into the Nigerian politics by doing the right thing.

He added that the 2015 elections would be free and fair as President Goodluck Jonathan is committed to ensuring hitch free elections.

Also speaking, Barr. Redzie Jugo of the Coalition of Young Redemption Advocates, CYRA said Plateau youths believe in the ability of Sen. Pwajok to lead the state to a promise land.

He noted that Plateau people are yearning for continuity and that they cannot afford to support anyone who does not understand the vision of the redemption government of governor Jonah Jang.


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