Plateau Massacre: APDA Condoles Families of Murdered Residents  

The Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (APDA) has sympathised with the families of those who were killed by gunmen believed to be herdsmen in Plateau State at the weekend.

The National Chairman of the party, Mallam Kabiru Shitu who expressed this sympathy called on the Federal Government to immediately see to the ending of these criminals and wanton destruction of lives and properties.

He strongly advised the Nigerian electorate based on what is happening in the country, to open their eyes and ears in examining all promises kept and not honoured by electable leaders over the last years.

Mr Kabiru Shitu said, “We should note that political parties all have their ideologies and method of delivering governance which has not impacted yet positively on the nation. There are many parties presently exhibiting internal crisis and APDA is going to show them how to run a structured party where the rule of law takes effect and its implementation is fully adhered to”.

He said that Nigeria citizens want peace, obedience to rule of law, provision of good governance and protection of lives and properties. “These are guaranteed under our party, the APDA,” he said.

The chairman, who said his party was already in the mood to provide a redress to millions of Nigerians as the real alternative force in the country. “We are ready. There is a hardship, insecurity challenges and need for good management leadership that is accountable to the citizens of this country and deliverable by our social contract under APDA”.

2019 affords Nigerians the options to find and elect a party whose sole aim is the betterment of all Nigerians regardless of their state, locality, language, religion or affiliations. APDA is the real alternative. Adding that every voter and of voting age should get their PVC.

“With the PVC they can make real change and transform the country into one that is globally respected and her citizens enjoying new and available opportunities in a great country,” he said.

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