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PDP Aspirant, Arch. Joe kyaagba Begins Consultation With Stakeholders, Unfolds Vision For Benue

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Architect Joe kyaagba, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) frontline aspirant and leading contender for Benue state people’s house come 2023 has begun full consultations with the party stakeholders in the state.

On 17th December, 2021 Ikyaagba had his first meeting with the  231 PDP leadership in Vandeikya local government, the Chairman and central Exco of Vandeikya PDP, the major stakeholders,  the local government caucus members, elders of the party from the 12 wards and 5 exco members from each of the 12wards.

This was followed by meeting with prominent stakeholders of Gwer east local government on Wednesday 23rd December, 2021 to share his vision to move the state forward from where governor Ortom will stop.

While revealing his plans as he unveiled his manifestos to the PDP stakeholders, Ikyaagba said he desired to run an all-inclusive government for the development of the state in all sectors.

The guber aspirant at each meeting unveiled his agenda, on human capital development, education, healthcare, agriculture, law and order, security and environment.

He said he has the capacity and capability to take the state to an enviable height if given the mandate.

“I am a dedicated and promise keeper. I will not disappoint you if you support me to clinch the PDP ticket and in turn win the guber election in 2023.

“I have vast experience and capability for infrastructural development, finance management, philanthropy and community development needed for the development of the Benue state”.

The PhD student in Architecture from a reputable University assured the stakeholders of his capabilities to take the state to a greater hight.

Speaking further, the former Commissioner for works shared his plans for the youths. Others are partnership with international agencies and private sectors to build more industries.

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