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Taraba LG Poll: 13 POLITICAL PARTIES SHUN RACE, 6 READY FOR CONTESTS

The scheduled Taraba State Local Government Councils Elections on 18th, November, 2023 across the state, only six political parties are participating in the contest out of the nineteenth political parties registered for participation.

The Executive Chairman of Taraba State Independent Electoral Commission (TSIEC), Dr. Philip Danladi Duwe stated this during an interview with journalists after the inspection of the arrival of critical sensitive materials for the forthcoming election in Jalingo Taraba State capital.

Dr. Danladi said out of the nineteenth political parties only six political parties have indicated interests in the contest, according to him, the political parties are, APC, NNPP, PDP, AA, APGA, and LP, respectively.

He said the six political parties were able to provide chairmen and councilors for the forthcoming Taraba State local government elections.

Dr. Danladi appeals to contestants to understand that election is not war where blood spill, but it is to ensure the system is working effectively to stabilize the state.

 

He reiterated that those who may emerged as winners should glorified God and be humble and those who may lost out should also take in good faith and wait for another day.

Danladi disclosed that every individuals has destiny, therefore, the election process is transparent and the commission is working inline with the election timetable to leave no stone unturned in ensuring free, fair and credible elections.

He said those 13 political parties who are unable to get themselves involved in the forthcoming elections reason best known to them.

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