The governorship candidate of Labour Party (LP) in Plateau State, Dr. Patrick Dakum, has promised that if elected, he would spend his first 100 days in office finding a permanent solution to insecurity.
Dakum said he would achieve this by ensuring social justice, irrespective of tribe, ethnicity or religion.
He made this known, yesterday, at the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) Press Centre in Jos, where he addressed reporters during a session organised by the NUJ chapel chairman, Gyang Bere.
Dakum, a public health physician with 40 years of experience, served as the governor of Jos’s commissioner for information as well as a member of the university’s governing council.
The candidate for governor promised to put together a powerful leadership group that would make courageous decisions in the interest of the state’s residents.
He denied insinuations that he would soon abandon his governorship ambition and join the All Progressives Congress (APC), just as the Young People’s Party (YPP) candidate did recently.
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