WEEKEND WITH GOV. LALONG, FROM PLATEAU STATE INFORMATION TABLE

By: Valentine Adese (JP),

Plateau State Governor, Simon Bako Lalong has described the election of Sen. Nora Daduut, as the Will of God, while urging her to do her best to impact the lives of the people of the zone particularly women and youths.

This was contained in a press release signed by Dr. Makut Simon Macham, the Director of Press and Public Affairs to the State Governor, dated 9th December, 2021.

GOV. LALONG

According to the press release, the Plateau State Governor Simon Bako Lalong together with his wife, Mrs. Regina Lalong were among hundreds of guests that converged on St. Brendan Catholic Church Kwa, in Quanpan Local Government Area, for the Thanksgiving Mass in honour of Senator Nora Dadu’ut.

Governor Lalong also stated that the State would give Sen. Nora, “every support to ensure that she succeeds at the red chambers”.

Lalong called for unity among the constituents and the elected representatives of the State for the interest of the people.

On her part, Prof. Dadu’ut, appreciated Governor Lalong and the Plateau State All Progressives Congress (APC) family for making her election possible, promising to work for the interest of all.

In another breathe, Governor Simon Lalong of Plateau State has felicitated with his Commissioner for Information and Communication, Hon. Dan Manjang, for attaining the landmark age of 60 years.

The Governor described Dan Manjang, as a committed member of the Rescue Mission, who has given his best in communicating the programmes and projects of the Government and also sanitizing the citizens towards greater participation in governance.

Lalong said,” Manjang is a media professional, who has brought his experience, knowledge and versatility to bear in the service of Plateau State and Nigeria, even at the face of challenges”.

Governor Lalong, urged him to continue to serve the State with more zeal, resilience and commitment particularly in engaging members of the public towards understanding and supporting the government to consolidate on peace, building, infrastructural development and sustainable economic rebirth.

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