Plateau Governor-Elect, Lalong Pledges Unity GovernmentLatest News, News, News From The State Tuesday, April 28th, 2015
From Agabus Pwanagba, Jos – Barely four weeks to his inauguration, the Plateau State Governor-elect, Barrister Simon Lalong has assured people of the State that his administration will carry along the 53 ethnic groups in the State when he takes over the mantle of leadership.
Lalong disclosed this Tuesday, when he in company of his Deputy, Professor Sonni Tyoden visited indigenes of Plateau State living in Abuja.
He pointed out that the outcome of the just concluded elections “saved the State from tribalism being executed by the outgoing administration.
He added that the contribution of the State’s indigenes in Abuja known as Plateau Stakeholders in Abuja (PSA) towards the election was laudable.
Lanlong promised to involve the stakeholders in governance of the State; assuring that he would not discriminate against any of the 53 tribes in the State.
“This government will work towards healing the wounds of hate and disunity among the people of the State”, the Governor-Elect maintained.
In his remarks, PSA Chairman, Mr Nankpak Nden, thanked Lalong for taking time to come and appreciate their efforts.
He promised the body would contribute its quota to support the new administration to run the State effectively when he assumes power.
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