Governor Samuel Ortom has thrown his weight behind former Edo State Governor Adams Oshiomhole for the place of National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The governor made this identified on Wednesday when he hosted Oshiomhole on the Benue State Governor’s Lodge.
Ortom mentioned the choice of Oshiomhole to contest for the place is a welcome improvement.
He urged the previous governor to make use of his experience to reposition the party for the progress of the nation and the deepening of the democratic course of if elected.
While talking, Oshiomhole mentioned his go to to the Governor was to condole him, the federal government and other people of the state over the killings and likewise inform him of his intention to run for the party’s nationwide chairmanship place.
He mentioned his want to change into chairman was to contribute in direction of reinventing the APC in order to extend the bonding of members for the pursuit of the progressive concepts and imaginative and prescient for which it was based.