I, ‘ll complete all your projects in Nasarawa, PDP Guber candidate tells Gov. Sule, APC

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By David Odama

— THE Governorship candidate of the main opposition People’s Democratic party PDP in Nasarawa State, David Emmanuel Ombugadu, says he will complete abandoned projects initiated by the ruling APC government when voted into power in the state.

He stated this while
Addressing PDP supporters and other Nigerians in Obi local government area of the State.

The PDP gubernatorial candidate said his administration would ensure the completion of all the projects relevant to the people for the benefit of all and sundry.

“PDP administration if given the mandate during forthcoming elections, will ensure that projects relevant to the people are completed and put to use in the state. We will promote Agricultural and Economic activities, take the state out of trouble, poverty and hardship allegedly brought by the APC government”, Ombugadu stated.

According to him, all abandoned projects including road project from Obi to Atabula Shupe Gude road we will be completed stressing that Obi as a home of PDP since the advent of democracy in 1999 will be given it’s pride of place.

Earlier, the former North-Central vice chairman of PDP, Yusuf Ayitogo, had accused the ruling party of lying that the ruling APC has completed Obi/ Atabula- Shupe Gude road.

Ayitogo, explained that the road project the ruling party claimed to have completed in Obi local government area of the state is still at it dilapidated and bad condition.

The former north-central vice chairman of PDP who affirmed that Obi local government area is still the home of PDP assured the party supporters of taking over the rulership, leadership of the state come February and March this year.

Also speaking during the rally in Obi, the state chapter of the opposition People Democratic Party PDP Chairman, Francis Orogu called on the party supporters to avail themselves of the opportunity provided by INEC and collect their PVCs.

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