Tuesday, 26 September 2017

THE POLICIES OF THE APC DOES NOT FAVOUR YOUTHS AND WOMEN IN MY LG…HON. AZI (ADP CHAIRMAN, JOS NORTH)


By: Alfred Saiki,
 
The Chairman of the Action Democratic Party (ADP), in Jos North, Hon. Azi Elijah Itsegok has completed his on-going awareness campaign to various Youth and Women groups and stakeholders in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State.

In his awareness campaign, hon. Itsegok told REALITY that he discovered that, the policies of the present All Progressives Congress (APC) administration in Plateau state does not favour the youths and women of Jos North Local Government.
 
HON. AZI ITSEGOK (ADP CHAIRMAN JOS NORTH)

According to Hon. Azi in an exclusive interview with REALITY, his tour and meetings with various youth and women groups has made him realize that the politics of the ruling APC in the state is the major problem of Jos North today.

“The politics going on in Jos North LG and the policies of this administration do not favour youths and women in my LG. Many of the youths and women are unemployed and most are out of school, as they cannot afford to pay for their education or even pay for vocational training.


On how this observed problems can be solved, Hon. Azi said, “My party, the ADP is ready to correct all these anomalies when elected in the up-coming Local Government elections in the state”, 

He went further to condemn the way politicians in Jos North LG use and dump youths and women in the LG after they have won elections and are in power, saying his party the ADP will support youth and women in the LG and his party will not impose candidates on electorates as the party belongs to the masses.
PLATEAU STATE
On his call to the youths and women of Jos North LG, Hon. Azi said, “I am calling on the people of Jos North, especially the youths and Women, to come out and support the ADP in the forth coming local government elections, as the party has seen and identified with them on the suffering they are currently passing through because, of the current administration’s policies”.

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