The Taraba State governorship candidate of All Progressives Congress, APC, Senator Emmanuel Bwacha, has again pleaded with all aggrieved aspirants of the party to join hands and ensure victory for the party in 2023.
Bwacha, who made the appeal on Wednesday while inaugurating his campaign council in Jalingo, said both the incoming government at the state and federal level “have enough space for everyone.”
Noting that “a house divided against itself cannot stand,” he stressed the need for all the aggrieved aspirants and their supporters to sheath their swords and allow peace to reign.
Expressing a belief that APC in the state had the capacity to form the next government in Taraba at the next political dispensation, he urged the people to “avoid any form of disloyalty and selective politics by voting for all our candidates.”
He expressed sadness that “Taraba, once a vibrant and prosperous state, has now shamelessly degenerated to a pitiable level of desolation [and] deprivation.”
He urged: “We cannot build a state of fear, mutual suspicion and timidity, [we] must go beyond petty stereotypes and common differences to embrace each other for the common good.”
Bwacha, who was of the view that the “problems we face as a state are not insurmountable” said further: “We have decided to take on this challenge, [and] we shall succeed by the grace of God.”