Friday, 10 August 2018

Jonah Jang Declares His Senate Seat Vacant From 2019

Senator Jonah Jang gave up a second term and declared his North Plateau Senate seat open to a successor.

The immediate political future of the senator with a mandate, however, remains uncertain. Senator Jang recently raised the idea of ​​running for the 2019 presidential race on the platform of the Democratic People's Party, PDP, but this aspiration has yet to come to fruition and it remains uncertain to pursue the ambition.

In a meeting with PDP actors from the North Plateau Senatorial Area held at WAYE Foundation, Doi, in the Jos South Local Government Area, Jang revealed that the Senate seat would be vacant in 2019. The Red Chamber

Although nocturnal meetings are organized by the candidates for the seat but only the member representing the constituency of Barkin Ladi / Riyom in the House of Representatives, Hon. Istifanus Gyang officially made his intention known to the PDP and its supporters.

The vanguard realized that the other members of the Progressive Congress, APC, were members representing the Jos South / Jos East constituency in the House of Representatives, Edward Pwajok, the current secretary of the Plateau government, Rufus Bature, former chief. of the staff during the administration of Jang, Francis Bot and former Speaker of the House of Assembly of the Plateau State is a song.

PDP North Zone Chief Chris Hassan said, "The senator convened the meeting to meet all of us in the area and he indicated his intention not to challenge the Senate seat and asked us as a party, to work together and to ensure unity.

"We are providing a playground for all aspirants, there will be nothing like the zoning issue, zoning will not be discussed, we leave everything open to all interested.

The senator asked that we quickly convene a meeting of all PDP stakeholders in the North Zone and that we deliberate on the headquarters, but as a party, we leave the seat open to anyone who is qualified to participate.

"He has not categorically declared his intention to challenge the presidential seat, but in two weeks he will make the official statement for the presidential seat."

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