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PLASIEC, Stakeholders Postpone Plateau LGA Polls

Agabus Pwanagba, Jos

The Plateau State Independent Electoral Commission (PLASIEC) in collaboration with State Chairmen of political parties, have agreed to shift the forthcoming Local Government elections earlier fixed for 21st, December, 2013 to between January and February, 2014.

nigeria-transparent-ballotsThis was made known in a Communiqué signed by the Chairman of PLASIEC, Peter Dalyop and 14 Chairmen of political parties in the State after their Stakeholders meeting in Jos.

The communiqué states that, “the meeting considered the concern expressed by the generality of the citizens of Plateau State that the 21st, December, 2013 fixed for the Local Government Elections would hinder proper preparations for, as well as enjoyment of the Christmas celebrations.”

It also said the mourning mood in the State over the demise of the first civilian Governor of the State, Chief Solomon Lar, was also responsible for the shift t of the LGA polls.

The stakeholders called on the State Government to provide the necessary support to PLASIEC to ensure smooth and successful elections.

Recalled that three weeks ago a Chairmanship candidate under the platform of All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) in Riyom Local Government Area of Plateau State, Hon. Emmanuel Danboyi Jugul, kicked against postponing the election.

“I’m not happy with the shifting of the date for Local Government elections; this is a sign that the ruling party is geared towards the usual rigging tactics.” Hon Jugul said.

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