The State of Plateau as a platform seeks to promote democracy on the local level by bringing the fore issues concerning the State, and facilitating citizens debate on public issues, through participation in government decision making.


A bonified citizen of Jos North by Name: Muhammad Abdulkadir a stakeholder has beaten the drum of support for Hon Shehu Saleh Hassan, a former seasoned legislator, to fill in the space for Bassa/Jos North Federal Constituency, In the 9th assembly under the platform of the All progressive Congress (APC), after it lost her member to a fatal accident along Abuja - Jos high way in person of late Hon Haruna Maitala.

He exclaimed his statement as "a factual mission" Stating that,

"Hon Shehu Sale Hassan has gained vast legislative experience even in the same office as a legislator

His activities are herald for all to see, domicile in Jos North, Plateau state.

Having profiled all the aspirants contesting Hon Shehu Saleh Hassan's wealth of experience is an edge, standing him out among the remaining candidates, 

Within his constituency he has empowered constituents through Human capital development, physical projects, health care insurance etc.

Within his folds lies also the most powerful weapon of a great legislator which is the ability to lobby.

As a loyal and party faithful as well as a stakeholders to his principals and elders within the corridors of power and the executive arm of government.

Hon Shehu Saleh Hassan is known for his good gestures which he has extended even beyond his constituency in areas of community service engagement, peace parleys for all stakeholders philantropism through various empowerment programme etc.

Hon Shehu saleh Hassan is uncompromising in the race and remains the dependable choice for Bassa/Jos North federal constituency.

When you Think Bassa/Jos North, think Hon Shehu Saleh Hassan


Sponsored by Muhammed Adulkadir


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