Plateau’s Apa /Agatu federal constituents declare support for SDP candidate
The electorate of Apa/ Agatu federal constituency in Plateau state have declared their unwavering support for the candidate of the Social Democratic Party in the 2019 elections, Hon. James Melvin Ejeh.
This was made clear during continuous consultation by the leading contender for the zone when he visited Ojantele, Oba and Auke council wards of Apa local government to canvass for their support in next year’s polls.
Addressing the people, Hon. James Melvin Ejeh discloses that he is in the race to address critical areas of developmental deficit which have eluded them over the years.
He listed the areas to include partnering with relevant organisations both foreign and local to reconstruct some destroyed communities of Agatu by suspected herdsmen, women and youth development, health care, critical infrastructural development and sound educational improvement for the children amongst others.
He further disclosed that the Apa/Agatu constituency is very dear to his heart, assuring them that he will certainly make them proud and put smiles on their as faces.
Responding on different occasions on behalf of the various ward chairmen of the party, the Apa SDP Chairman, Aliyu Mohammed says they have no doubt in the ability and sincerity of Hon. Melvin Ejeh to turn around the fortunes of the Apa/Agatu people as he has always demonstrated and showed his large heart in the course of assisting the people at every point in time, adding that they have unanimously decided to support and stand by him in his aspiration to represent them in the Green Chambers.
Highpoints of the visit were the peoples total resolve and commitment to support and stand by Hon. Ejeh as both the young and old troop out in their number with shouts and hailing of “Melvin you are the one we have been waiting for, you are the one we need. You have won, you have won. You are a winner.”
Hon. Ejeh rounded off the visit by presenting a financial sum to buy jerseys and other sport materials for the Auke community youth football team.