The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate, Mr Caleb Mutfwang, has received royal blessings from Miskaham Mwagavul, John Hirse, and members of Mangu Traditional Council.
Mutfwang was at the palace of the traditional ruler to inform him of his success in the PDP governorship primaries.
Hirse prayed God to bless and protect the governorship candidate as he sought to serve the people of Plateau.
“Your victory is from God and he will be with you and ensure that you win the secondary election.
“You and your supporters must not insult anyone as you go about your campaigns, rather let the people know what you intend to do for them if elected,” he advised.
Mutfwang, who is the former chairman of Mangu Local Government, told the ruler that he was home to seek his royal blessings, having won PDP governorship primaries.
The PDP candidate said he was elated with the warm reception by the traditional council and the people of Mangu.
He said that the large turnout was clear sign of his acceptability by his people.
Mutfwang assured the people that if elected, he would entrench good governance that the people had been yearning for.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Mutfwang was accompanied on the home coming by his running mate Ngo Josephine Piyo and his wife.
Others were governorship aspirants who contested with him, PDP North Central Vice Chairman, Mr Theophilus Dakas-shan, Plateau PDP Chairman, Mr Chris Hassan, and the immediate past State Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Chief Letep Dabang.
The governorship candidate was also accompanied by former and serving members of the National and State Assemblies as well as PDP candidates in the 2023 general elections among others.