Maku denies returning to PDP, charges supporters to be united
The 2015 governorship candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) in Nasarawa State, Mr. Labaran Maku, has denied claims by some people in the Peoples Democratic Party that he had returned to PDP.
Maku, while reacting to a billboard mounted in his name with the PDP logo in front of the party secretariats in Lafia, affirmed that he remains in APGA.
He told The Guardian in a phone conversation yesterday: “I am in APGA and I know I have supporters in PDP, APC, but I am not aware of my billboard being mounted in front of PDP secretariats, neither did I ask anybody to do that.
“I want all my supporters, whether in APGA, PDP, APC and other parties to stop any act capable of creating violence in the state. What we are out to install in the state, if by the grace of God we win the 2019 governorship, is peace and brotherhood, as enshrine in our party’s motto.”
Maku urged all the political parties and aspirants in the state to put Nasarawa and the people first, charging his supporters to remain united, in spite party differences.
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