Chairman of the group, Timothy Samson, in a statement yesterday said the endorsement of Ishaku for 2015 is based on his efforts in transforming the state, having attracted landmark projects such as the Kashimbilla Dam and Mambilla Hydro power projects to the state.
He said the minister had equally embarked on youth empowerment initiatives to make youths of the state self reliant, adding that if given opportunity to govern the state, he would do more.
“The masses in the state are grateful for these gestures and are calling on the minister to contest the 2015 governorship election in Taraba. He is the only credible candidate that has won the hearts of the masses,” he said.
The group expressed confidence that if elected, Ishaku would reduce the scourge of poverty in the state, especially at the grassroots and he would serve the interest of all irrespective of religious or ethnic considerations.
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