Labaran Maku, the National Secretary of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, has warned politicians against creating division among Christians and Muslims in Nasarawa.
Labaran Maku, National Secretary, All Progressives Grand Alliance, has commiserated with victims of the gas explosion in Lafia that killed nine people and left many others injured.
Nsofor said: “I have gone into electoral contract with the good people of my federal constituency and our great Party, the APGA.
Yahuza-Ozotu, who made the call in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Abuja, also called for the reduction of rents paid be tenants in the capital city.
Musa Saidu, APGA Chairman in the state, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Lafia.
Ojukwu, a senatorial aspirant for Anambra South Senatorial District, made the appeal on Friday during a tour of Orumba North and South Local Government Areas.
Labaran Maku, the National Secretary of APGA, who is also a governorship aspirant of the party in the state, debunked this in an interview with journalist on Tuesday in Lafia.
The member of the APGA's Board of Trustees and the Secretary General of the Conference of Nigeria Political Parties said this in a personal statement issued in Abuja.
He said: “Anyone who wins the party’s primary will have his name submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission.
Ezeonwuka made the call when Chido Obidiegwu, an aspirant for Ihiala Federal Constituency visited the Ogilisi Foundation in Oba Idemili South, Anambra on Monday.
He said that the scrapping of the commissions would give opposition parties hope of winning local government polls and ensure public confidence in the process.
News Agency of Nigeria recalled that Obiano, of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, won the November 18, 2017 governorship election in Anambra.
Oye told the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Awka that the party would organise free and fair primaries to select candidates for all positions to be contested for in the 2019 elections.