Dino Melaye heads PDP’s list of polling agents for Benue re-run

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The Peoples DemocraticnParty in Benue State have chosen a strong list of polling unit agents for the March 23 governorship re-run in the state.

The party named Senator Dino Melaye, former Senate president, David Mark, former governor of Benue State, Gabriel Suswam, as well as former minister of Interior, Abba Moro.

Also were,  the state chairman of the party, John Ngbede, the State Attorney General, Michael Gusa and the National Auditor of the party, Agbo Emmanuel.

The list also includes; Mike Mku, Franc Utoo, Dr Elijah Ikpaor, Professor Tor Iorapuu, Steven Iyorchir, Mark Gbillah, Dave Iorhemba, Tyorkyan Cletus, Orker Jev, Bemgba Iortyom, Matthew Nyinta, David Tsevedo, Cyril Gajir and Tersegu Tsegba

It would be recalled that the Independent National Electoral Commission had declared the election in the state inconclusive and ordered a supplementary election.

The INEC had also declared Saturday, March 23,  for a re-run election in the state.

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