Jang Withdraws All Courts Cases Against Media Organisations, Dariye, OthersLatest News, News From The State Wednesday, March 19th, 2014
Agabus Pwanagba, Jos
As part of his 70th birthday celebration, Governor Jonah Jang of Plateau State says he has withdrawn all court cases against various individuals and media organisations.
The governor’s gesture was contained in a press statement issued in Jos on Wednesday by the State’s Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Barrister Edward Pwajok, and made available to African Examiner.
It partly reads, “Governor Jonah David Jang has decided to forgive all persons and media organizations that injured his hard earned family reputation and personal pedigree. He has been led by divine spirit to show magnanimity to his detractors by directing the immediate discontinuance of all cases filed by him and on his behalf in different courts.
Jang advised media organizations to always verify their facts properly and thoroughly before publication.
It would be recalled that Governor Jang had taken Daily Trust Newspapers, The Beacon Newspapers, Senator Joshua Dariye and others to court for various charges in the last few years.
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