19th November, 2010
The Director-General of Senator David Mark Campaign Organization, Comrade Abba Moro,Â has disclosed that his support for another term for the Senate President is based onÂ the fact that he has proven himself to be an Idoma anybody can be proud of.
The DG who said this yesterday during an interactive session with journalists at hisÂ Makurdi residence disclosed that concerted efforts were made by people he refused toÂ name to work against the success of the Senate President in favour of the ANPPÂ candidate, but he vehemently declined on principle.
The one time ALGON Chairman in the state revealed that as the then State CoordinatorÂ of Yarâ€™Adua / Jonathan campaign Organisation, it would have been out of place ifÂ other senatorial districts in the state produce PDP senators and his own zone didÂ not.
Moro expressed joy that he has been justified in the end by the excellentÂ performance of Senator Mark at the National Assembly since he came on board asÂ Senate President.
â€œAs his campaign coordinator in the state, how could I explain to President Yarâ€™duaÂ then that I couldnâ€™t deliver my senatorial district to the party when other zonesÂ delivered? Now, I have been vindicated that Senator Mark won at the polling boothÂ and the tribunal. He is also performing excellently well in the senate where heÂ holds forth.â€
Moro who was a gubernatorial aspirant on the platform of the PDP in 2007 maintainedÂ that going by Markâ€™s antecedents in piloting the affairs of the national assemblyÂ which has now brought about some level of stability in the senate, no aspirant isÂ better positioned to take the contest for the coveted senate position from the zone.
Moro who is also the Pro-Chancellor of Federal University of Agriculture, MakurdiÂ revealed that he has made up his mind not contest any elections for now, adding thatÂ the Senate President now enjoys the support of every Idoma man and woman.
While also lauding the development strides of Governor Gabriel Suswam in terms ofÂ physical infrastructure of the state in the last three and a half years, Moro urgedÂ the Benue people to join hands and support him in his bid to return for another termÂ in office, come 2011.
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