BREAKING: PROVIDENCE PEOPLE’S CONGRESS (PPC) SET TO FLAG-OFF CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES IN JOS, ON 21st DECEMBER (TOMORROW)

By: Valentine Adese,

Providence People’s Congress (PPC) is set to kick start its campaign activities for the 2019 general elections in Jos, the Plateau State capital on the 21st of December, 2018. REALITY just gathered.

According to a press release from the party, dated 20th December, 2018, signed by the State Publicity Secretary of the Party, made available to REALITY, the campaign activities would commence with a Jummat prayer on Friday, the 21st of December at the Masallacin Juma’a, where it is expected that the Vice-Presidential candidate of the party, Alhaji Hamisu Iyantama, would be praying with other Muslim faithful and members of the party.

Other activities that would mark the commencement of the party’s campaigns towards the 2019 general elections according to the release, is the visit to the Gbong Gwom Jos and a Novelty match.

 

READ THE FULL PRESS RELEASE BELOW:-

PRESS STATEMENT

The Providence People’s Congress (PPC) wishes to announce the formal commencement of its Presidential/Governorship campaigns for the 2019 elections.

This is to take place in Jos, the Plateau state capital.

The flag-off will be preceded by some activities to include: Juma’at prayer on Friday, 21st December, 2018, at the Masallacin Juma’a, where the Vice-Presidential candidate—Alh. Hamisu Iyantama will be praying with other Muslim party members. Thereafter, there will be a courtesy visit to the Gbong Gwom Jos, at his palace.

On Saturday, 22nd December, 2018, the activities will start with party members gathering at the old airport road junction round about Jos, at about 8.30 am for a kekeride/Carride to ply some major roads in Jos, to climax at Polo Field where the main event will take place.

Thereafter, as part of the campaigns flag-off, a novelty Unity Football Match will be played at the St. John’s Secondary School pitch, featuring some Jos based professional players, the best and talented footballers, would play.

Some of these include: David Agbo, Ikechukwu Francis, Kolade Obobade, Victor Namo, Kelly Paul, Victor Nkem, Nansel Selbol, Nansuk Damen, Michael Kuchili, Adada John, Solomon Kuchili, Ugochukwu Efugh, Moses Maigamo, Ukuji Okam, William Adams, among others.

The Two days long events will be rounded up with a Sunday Church service at Baptist Church Jos by 9.00am.

Sign:

Plateau State Publicity Secretary

Tel: 0803 621 9222

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