By: Valentine Adese,
The much expected election of the Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC) Plateau State chapter, failed to hold today. It is now rescheduled for tomorrow 2.00pm.
REALITY gathered that the problem that caused the postponement was allegedly a disagreement within the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) in the state, on whether the State Chairman of the party, Hon. Letep Dabang, should be allowed to contest the chairmanship position of IPAC.
You would recall that, rumours making the rounds in the state for some time now, holds that Hon. Letep Dabang has an ambition to contest the Plateau Central Senatorial Seat come 2019, against the incumbent Senator, Chief Joshua Dariye, who was also a former governor of the state and this, REALITY gathered has angered some supporters of the Senator within the APC.
REALITY also further gathered from our sources within the APC that, loyalists of Senator Dariye are already putting stumbling blocks in the way of the Chairman believing that if he clinches IPAC chairmanship, he would become too powerful to be control before 2019.
Contestants for IPAC chairmanship seat in the state include, Hon. Chief, Nanyah Daman, the Chairman of Action Democratic Party (ADP) and Hon. Chief, Damishi. T. Sango, Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Keep faith with REALITY as we bring you developments tomorrow.