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As part of his homage-paying strategy to boost his campaign trail, APGA Presidential Candidate John Gbor paid a visit to His Majesty, Tor Tiv Begha U Tiv,  Prof James Ortese Iorzua Ayatse in his palace in Gboko, Benue state on Tuesday.
   Presenting his 5-point Agenda before receiving the Royal blessings, Gbor told the monarch that the Yoruba people spurred
him to contest for the highest position in Nigeria.

   Gen Gbor said: "Nigerians are tired of leadership without leadership", adding: "courage comes from God, and I look at Buhari down there: people are suffering, killed, no peace,  trust me with your mandate as your President to make this nation prosperous. I can rule the whole world now", he said.

   Gbor, a retired army General, then presented his certificate, issued by APGA to vie for the Presidency, and his Policy Declaration to the royal father.

   Responding, Tor Tiv, having invited five Royal fathers to the palace to pray for Gbor, said: "We deserve to win the seat, as a Tiv having paid our due, you will get our support ".

  Tor Tiv, who's the current Chancellor of Abia State University,  Uhturu, said, "for just winning the flag alone, you have done us proud. APGA is major party having won Governorship and legislative elections in the country."

   The first-class monarch, who is the Chairman Traditional Council of Benue state, concluded in a sweetest tongue on earth by emboldening Dr. Gbor in these words: "Go out with the spirit of lion, you are not an underdog: go out as a lion, the Lord will be with you", he said.

    In the same vein,  Dr. Gbor paid a homage to OchIdoma in His Highness's palace, Otukpo, to receive blessings. The monarch welcome him, acknowledging the overwhelming crowd Gbor's visit brought to the palace. The monarch called for peace and love, and thanked Gen Gbor for being the first presidential candidate to visit his palace.


Mike Angel, Director of Strategic Communication,  Gen John Gbor and Jerry Chukwueke Presidential Campaign Organisation APGA.

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