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Published On: Thu, Dec 21st, 2017

AGPA believes in human, physical development -Maku

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From Gambo Ahmed, Lafia

The National Secretary of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Mr. Labaran Maku has admonished all Nigerians to vote massively for the parting in 2019 general elections as according to him “AGPA believes in human care and physical development”
Mr Maku who was a onetime Minister of Information during President Goodluck Jonathan made the admonition in Alushi Town of Nassarawa Eggon Local government council while briefing journalists.
Pleading, Maku said: “I call on Nigerians and particularly Nasarawa State people to vote for APGA come 2019. APGA is now a National model in Nigeria.
APGA believes in human care and development. APGA believes in using government money for development. We believe on the philosophy of physical development and human care!!
Maku who further called on the people of Nasarawa State to vote for APGA in 2019; assuring that if voted he would embark on physical and human development.
“ I have served Nasarawa State and Nigeria with good conscience. I serve God and humanity with good conscience. APGA is a sincere political party in the country. Look at Anambra state governor is the best performing Governor in the south east state of Nigeria.That is why Anambra state governor does not owned any pensioner, worker’s salaries or gratuity !!
He continued “ I urged Nigerians and the people of Nasarawa state to vote for APGA in 2019. I encourage electorates to stand for people with good conscience. Stand for people who will change the society. Stand for people who will bring development to the Doors of the poor masses. Nasarawa state belong to all of us. I am an advocate of peace right from my childhood to date.
“ I have no enemy in my life. I specialized on public debate and politics is all about debate. I have no link with any violence group in Nasarawa” Maku maintained

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