The immediate-past chairman/chief executive officer of the Public Complaints Commission (PCC) and frontline governorship aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Benue State, Hon. Chille Wanger Igbawua, has announced the streamlining of his campaign platforms ahead of the 2023 contest.
A statement signed by the media coordinator to the Hon. Chille Igbawua Governorship Campaign, Andrew Oota, on Friday, said Igbawua has formally approved his campaign mantra and official social media platforms for the campaign.
Oota said the code name for Igbawua’s 2023 governorship campaign shall be ‘Together, Networking The Benue Of Our Dream’ while its official Facebook and WhatsApp accounts shall be ‘Hon. Barr. Chille Igbawua for Governor Benue State 2023’
“In view of the above, Honourable Igbawua, first and foremost, expresses his deepest appreciation to his teeming supporters, operating different Facebook, WhatsApp and other social media platforms with the view to promoting, selling and announcing his entrance into the 2023 governorship race on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Benue State.
“Honourable Igbawua, a former permanent Secretary in the Benue State’s Ministry of Finance, therefore, most humbly, appeals to those operating the various social media accounts with various campaign names with his photo(s) on their profiles to kindly deactivate their accounts forthwith.
“Hon. Igbawua further urges the public to always visit the approved campaign platforms which would be activated on all social media platforms for official communications,” he said.
Igbawua, who was a Member of the House of Representatives representing Kwande/Ushongo federal constituency, further appealed to all his supporters and well-wishers to conduct themselves decently, exhibit the highest level of tolerance and shun all violent tendencies and abusive language throughout the period of the campaigns.
“The governorship aspirant equally calls on all persons within the voting-age to take advantage of the ongoing voter registration and replacement of voter cards by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, so as to enable them fully participate and exercise their constitutionally guaranteed rights to vote and be voted for in the forthcoming polls,” Oota added.