As the 2023 general elections draw near, politicians have intensified their activities, contacts and moves at reaching out to targeted individuals, groups and organizations. In line with this, the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Dr. Nentawe Yilwatda was a guest at BECO secretariat, where he met all Berom tripartite organizations: Berom Educational and Cultural Organisation ( BECO), Berom Women Development Association (BEWDA) and the Berom Youths Moulders Association (BYM) as well as all the leaders of Development Associations from the district’s of Jos South LGA, to formally present his running mate Hon. Pam Bot Mang.
In his speech at the occasion, which was well attended, Dr Yilwatda attested to the huge potentials in Hon Bot Mang, adding that this made choice rather inevitable. This was inspite of the thorough process he adopted, including the use of questionnaires, which were administered on over 2000 respondents, across the state. The outcome unanimously settled for Hon. Bot Mang. Dr Nentawe said his team is a perfect match, committed to delivering qualitative service to the state.
The gubernatorial candidate described his relationship with Hon Bot Mang as long, dating back to their secondary school days, at the Boys High School, Gindiri.
In their separate responses, on behalf of their organizations, the Presidents of the BYM, BEWDA and BECO, all welcomed the guests to the secretariat, and described Bot Mang as a young and energetic man, capable of standing the pressure of power.
Also on the entourage of the Governorship candidate were the Executive Chairmen of Jos South and Langtang North LGCs, Hon Commissioner for science and Technology, former commissioners, APC party stalwarts from Jos South LGA and the state.