Top sons and daughters of Tarok nation in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja, yesterday drum up support for the chairmanship ambition of Hon Ubandoma Joshua Laven.
The professionals who converge on a round during an event tagged,”Evening with Leven” said their efforts is to ensure that a credible person emerge chairman for Langtang North local government area of Plateau State.
Ubandoma who is running under the platform of the as the Peoples Democratic Party( PDP), has been pulling supporters who are now sharing their thought, experience and knowledge on critical areas of concerns affecting the Local government.
The event which was coordinated by Hon Sunday Gullong, Barr Bako Ventim and Ponfa Sambo, was chaired by chief Nanpkak Ndeh.
Ubandoma, who is a senior legislative aide to the Member, representing Langtang North and Langtang South at the National Assembly, Hon Beni Lar, used the opportunity to reel out their achievements on youth and women empowerment and jobs creation.
“If given the opportunity, I will run an administration, positively impact on the lives of our people. We need to give Tarok nation a new image and unite our people to enjoy the real dividend of democracy,” he added.
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