Benue Governorship Race: Mammoth crowd as Barr. Daa’gba picks Nomination form. ~By Didy Waya

Benue Governorship Race: Mammoth crowd as Barr. Daa’gba picks Nomination form
By Didy Waya


Abuja – Thursday September 6th , Barrister Innocent Dzarhemen Daa’gba picked the Social Democratic Party (SDP) nomination form in express of interest to contest for the Governorship seat in Benue State.

Yedseram crescent where the national Secretariat of SDP is house noticed unusual beehive of activities quite early morning as traffic buildup was very noticeable. Initially, you would have believed something different was about to happen as presence of security personnel were busy doing their job of protecting lives and property.

Bearing in mind the IG of police facility, other government agencies and foreign government consolate is located on the same vicinity.

The coming of the choosing one, Barrister Innocent Daa’gba was the reason for all the unusual movements of people. It became evident when the motorcade conveying him, his beautiful and entourage arrived the party secretariat,

a mommoth crowd that had been dancing bust into frenzy at the sight of man ordained by God to save his people from slavery as they welcome him.

Barrister Daagba was well received by top SDP officials, moments later after the normal party procedures, he was given the nomination form to contest for the office governor. More discussion were held with the Deputy National Chairman of the party, Dr. Abdul Ahmed Isiaq.

Barrister Daagba in his speech assured him and other party leaders of his readiness to work for the party and serve the good people of Benue State. He also pledge his loyalty to the party and promise to work for party to win the Presidential election.

Photo sessions were held with party officials, friend’s and multitude of jubilant crowd as he presented his nomination form to them.

The cultural dance troope dance and dance as Daagba and his wife joined in the dance. Men and women from all works of life fully represented by all the tribes in Benue kept drumming, singing and dancing as he takes his leave to attend to other pressing

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