Makut “Munatare Munashak” Mobilise youths across Ron Central to Register/Revalidate with the APC

Makut Alfred Mashat, An APC stakeholder in Bokkos Local Government today mobilised youths across Ron Central Axis to register with the APC as he revalidated his membership of the Party at Nghassi Polling unit of Mandar Ward.

Makut,who is the Senior Special Adviser to Distinguished Senator Hezekiah Dimka on New Media challenged the youths that they can no longer sit on the fence as politics determine almost all facets of society.

“This is the process of staking your claim in the Political equation, no one will give you power on a platter of gold,if you don’t register with a political party, you cannot participate in making a change for your community”

“We cannot complain in Ron Central that APC has not been good to us as an Axis, if we don’t have any reason to register enmasse for the APC,we should remember that the Plateau State University (PLASU) Was almost taken away from us until the APC Government through Lalong ensured the school held it’s first convocation, with so many graduates that have since gone for service”

“The PLASU legacy is not an immediate one,but in 30 years to come, we will realise the impact, we will have more professors, more graduates even as our economic potentials will blossom, let’s not eat our future today with stipends, let’s join the progressive party” Makut Stressed.

Flanked By APC Youth Leader Mandar Ward, Maram Langwen, Tenti Polling unit Chairman, Kunet Polling unit Chairman and PRO of the APC in Mandar Ward amongst other youths that came out to register in the Axis from Kunet to Butura Kampani to Nghassi to Machambe to Tenti and Garwaza.

The APC registration/Revalidation is on going in all polling units across the federation.

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Makut “Munatare Munashak” Mobilise youths across Ron Central to Register/Revalidate with the APC

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