All Progressives Congress (APC) in Plateau State is currently interfacing with its aspirants who lost the recent Primary elections into various positions.

The idea according to the Party Chairman, Hon. Letep Dabang is to discuss and harmonize different interests for the growth of the party.

Dabang speaking at the meeting holding in Bukuru, Jos said the party was appreciative of the contributions of the aspirants to the growth of the party, and their interests in running for office under its banner.

Thus, the party according to him is committed to the establishment of stronger relationships with them, hence the interface which aims to provide them an opportunity to let put their feelings for possible solutions.

He regretted that such interfaces ought to have held long before the elections but for the shortage of time due to excessive engagements at the party's national structure.

He however assured that every grievances would be resolved, stating that specific instructions have been communicated the zonal structures of the party to hold similar fora with relevant stakeholders.

The meeting which is holding behind closed doors was said to be timely in view of the sacrifices by aspirants and members towards ensuring the party gains an edge over its contemporaries ahead of the 2019 polls.

Hon. Diket Plang, a Senatorial aspirant from the State's ventral zone described the move as excellent given the roles played by the aspirants in adding value to the party by virtue of their debates and financial investments during the primaries, which required some level of appreciation.

Diket agreed that there could be divergent interests in Primary elections but the party remains the "Lowest Common Multiple" for all aspirants.

"We may disagree as aspirants but we must agree as a party because the party is our LCM," he said.

Another Senatorial aspirant from Plateau Southern zone, Jibrin Banchir viewed the meeting as a way of strengthening internal democracy.

Mrs. Martina Kure and Barr. Christopher Maigida, also aspirants from Northern and Central Plateau respectively believed the move if sustained could brighten the party's chances in the forthcoming 2019 elections.

The meeting is expected to be followed by a dinner by all the aspirants of the party in the State with the State Governor, Simon Lalong on Saturday.