Maku and Ombugadu, after a reconciliation meeting at the instance of the Eggon Council of Elders in Nassarawa-Eggon Local Government Area of Nasarawa State, where they hail from, urged their supporters to be peaceful.
Labaran Maku, the former Minister of Information, has advised Christians and other Nigerians to actively participate in politics in order to elect leaders of proven integrity during the 2019 general elections.
The Nasarawa State chapter of the All Progressives Grand Alliance has elected Labaran Maku as its candidate for the 2019 governorship election in the state.
Maku, a former Minister of Information, made the promise on Friday at rally in Lafia when he presented himself to the people as the sole governorship candidate of APGA in the state ahead of the 2019 general elections.
Maku, who made the call on Sunday in Lafia, alleged that all the newly constructed primary and junior secondary schools built by Governor Umaru Al-Makura government were death traps.
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.
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.
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.
Maku, a former Minister of Information, made the call on Saturday in Lafia during his visit to communities in Lafia North to commission his billboards as an aspirant for Nasarawa State governorship election 2019.
Maku, in a statement in Lafia, described Akwe as “a very peaceful man whose tenure as governor will always be remembered for its tranquility”.
Maku said conducting a referendum over the proposed auction of public assets would be in the interest of peace and the socio-economic development of the state.
“It is unbelievable that a government that has not added anything to the state is poised to sell the assets put together by its predecessors; this is shocking and sad,” Maku told the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Wakama.
He specifically advocated for the removal of the clause that protects the president, governors and local government council chairmen from facing prosecution in breach of office