Plateau 2023: PDP chieftain drums support for Mutfwang


Governor Caleb Mutfwang

By Patience Aliyu

Gyang Zi, a chieftain of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Chieftain in Plateau, has enjoined the electorate to vote for the party’s governorship candidate, Caleb Mutfwang, in the 2023 general elections for transformation, peace, and effective security in the state.

Zi, a legal luminary, philanthropist, and the principal partner of Gyang Zi & Co. Knight’s Firm, made this call in a statement issued in Jos on Sunday.

“Give Mutfwang the support that will ensure his victory at the main election for the state to witness transformation and development,” he wooed the electorate.

He said that the emergence of Mutfwang as the Plateau PDP governorship candidate was the best decision by the delegates to return the state to the path of virile development plans.

“Mutfwang is prepared, equipped, experienced and ready to unite the people of the state and take the state to the path of greatness.

“Besides this, he possesses the competence, capacity, and the charisma needed to pilot the affairs of the state.

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“Since PDP left power in 2015, there has been searching for someone who will work towards regaining the lost glory of the state.

“I can say without reservation that we have got the right person in Mutfwang.

“The Sen. Jonah Jang administration witnessed gigantic infrastructural Intervention and unprecedented development that ought to be sustained by a good administrator like Mutfwang”, he observed.

According to him, Mutfwang is a bridge-builder, a humble personality, and a good listener who will carry along every segment of the society, irrespective of ethnicity, religion, and social inclination.

He also said that Mutfwang had sacrificed so much to Plateau and PDP, and he ought to be given the chance in 2023.

According to Zi, Plateau is in dire need of a competent, credible, and visionary leader like Mutfwang, who will overcome the numerous challenges bedevilling the state such as insecurity, economic hardship, and infrastructural decay.


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