Labaran Maku withdraws from Nasarawa PDP gubernatorial race

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A former Minister of Information, Labaran Maku, who recently joined the Nasarawa State governorship race on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party has withdrawn from the race hours into the commencement of the governorship primary election.

Speaking on Wednesday at the venue of the PDP primary in Nasarawa Local Government Area of the state, Maku said he had wide consultations with friends and associates including stakeholders of the party before deciding to withdraw from the contest.

When asked to know the reason for his withdrawal from the contest, the former Minister of Information said his decision was best known to him, assuring that he would release an official statement on the matter.

The Punch had reported that the three aspirants contesting the governorship position on the platform of the PDP; David Ombugadu, Nuhu Amgbazo and Labaran Maku had during a meeting at the party’s secretariat in Lafia, agreed to accept the outcome of the primary election and work together in order to defeat the incumbent governor, Abdullahi Sule in 2023.

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