In just 48 hours to the governorship election, the candidates of the Labour Party, SDP, and some other political parties have made moves to step down for the governorship candidate of the PDP in Taraba, Kefas Agbu.
This, according to information, has created tension in the camp of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and its candidate, Emmanuel Bwacha.
They expressed shock at this information as it serves as a major boost for Kefas Agbu in the election.
Though they have not officially made their intentions known, the candidates of these parties are considering the move because Kefas Agbu has a brighter chance in the election and has the widest acceptance among every other candidate in the forthcoming election.
Kefas Agbu has been described by major stakeholders of the state as a son of the soil who deserves to be the next governor of the state for the sake of progress, consolidation and a more sophisticated economy.
Taraba: Labour Party, SDP, Other Candidates Make Moves To Step Down For PDP Candidate, Kefas Agbu
His manifesto also addresses the issues being faced by indigenes of the states.
On the other hand, the APC candidate, Emmanuel Bwacha has been accused of lobbying INEC officials to help him rig the election on Saturday since he has a slim chance at victory in the election.
Bwacha was once booed during one of his rallies in the southern part of Taraba for not helping the people when they needed him.
He represented Taraba senatorial district at the national assembly but the people rejected him openly.
Due to this, He is planning to manipulate the INEC officials and disrupt the security system to create tension for his favour in the election.
The Nigeria police force and the INEC are hereby urged to pay close attention to Senator Emmanuel Bwacha during the election.
Written by Oluwatosin Alex