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Jang Unravels Plan to Disrupt Christmas in Plateau

Agabus Pwanagba, Jos

Governor Jonah Jang of Plateau State said he has security reports which indicate that there are plans by unscrupulous elements to truncate the relative peace in the state during this year’s Christmas celebrations.

He dropped this hint at the 2013 Harvest and Thanksgiving Service of the COCIN Headquarters Church, Jos.

According to him, available security reports indicate that the state may be attacked just to disrupt the Christmas celebrations.

Jang charge citizens of the state to protect the hard earned peace the state has been experiencing in the last couple of months.

The Governor urged both the citizenry and security agencies to be on the watch out for strange faces and report same to the security.

“I’m sure God will continue to expose those that have risen against this State, thereby slowing down its progress.

He called on the people of the state to be watchful at all times as the enemies of the state will stop at nothing to pull down the foundation that has been laid.

“I’m very optimistic that God will vindicate this State.

The Governor used the occasion to dispel rumours that he may have anointed someone to succeed him when his tenure ends in 2015.

He said just as the church recently held its election with no one knowing who was going to emerge President of the Church, he has been praying to God to help the state choose the right person to succeed him.

He urged the people of the state to join other men and women of goodwill to pray so that God will give the direction and the right candidate chosen.

Jang congratulated the new COCIN President, Rev Dachollom Datiri on his election.

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