2023: Jonah Jang’s Son Declares for House of Reps in Plateau

2023: Jonah Jang’s Son Declares for House of Reps in Plateau

  • Pam Jang, the son of a former governor of Plateau state, Jonah Jang, has declared his intention to be a member of the House of Reps
  • Pam is angling to represent the people of Jos-South/Jos-East Federal Constituency in the National Assembly
  • The aspirant was presented with the nomination firms purchased from the Peoples Democratic Party by a committee of friends

Jos - Some Plateau indigenes have purchased the nomination form for Mr. Pam David Jang, eldest son of the former governor of the state, Senator Jonah David Jang.

The indigenes want the junior Jang to run in the Jos South/Jos East Federal constituency election under the banner of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in 2023.

Pam nomination
Leaders of the group addressing the press before presenting the form to Pam David Jang. Photo credit: Matthew Tegha
Source: Facebook

Daily Sun newspaper reports that Dr. Dagwom Dang presented the nomination form on Tuesday, April 5 in Jos to Pam David Jang, on behalf of his League of friends.

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He expressed confidence that Pam will give the constituency quality and all-inclusive representation.

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2023: Pam David Jang gets support from across Plateau state

Vanguard newspaper reports that Usman Magaji from Jos East and Dauda Dinju from Jos South who spoke before the presentation said they were ready to work and ensure that Mr. Jang emerges victorious at the poll.

According to the duo, the young Jang has the required qualification, empathy, and other pedigrees to lift the constituency higher.

In his acceptance remarks, Daily Trust newspaper quoted Pam as saying:

“I consider this a great honour done to me by my friends. I humbly accept this clarion call to serve my great people of Jos East/Jos South Federal Constituency in the National Assembly.”

2023 Elections: FCI to partner agencies to combat fake news, misinformation

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Meanwhile, FactCheck Initiative (FCI) has created a team for a cause that will involve partnering with the government and other agencies in other to have free, fair, and peaceful elections in Nigeria void of any form of violence in 2023.

The main aim of this cause will be to spot, examine and respond to the impact caused by any misleading information ahead of the upcoming 2023 general elections in Nigeria.

Adeoye Temitope, country director, FCI says stopping fake news and misinformation is the inspiration behind the project.

2023: Firms to develop chatbots for politicians

In a related development, CreativeTribe International and IDC Platforms have developed a personal and political campaign WhatsApp chatbots for political organisations and politicians.

The startups have in their teams skilled designers, developers, and writers who are incredibly skilled and passionate about what they do.

The firms are pushing to make WhatsApp Chatbot easy to have for businesses and individuals - and especially politicians, as the general elections draw near.

Source: Legit.ng

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