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April 14, 2024

Mutfwang led administration is promoting selfless service, embdodies love – Plateau Dep. Governor

From Tongnaan Bawa, Jos

Plateau State Deputy Governor Josephine Piyo, has described the Caleb Mutfwang led administration as dedicated to selfless service, embodying the principles of love, compassion and empathy.

Piyo stated this when she declared open, on behalf of the State Governor, Caleb Mutfwang, the Seventh-Day Adventist Men’s Organisation Convention holding in Jos, Plateau state.

In a statement signed by her Chief press secretary Martha Nyam, in Jos, said that the convention of the Northern Nigeria Union which had the theme ‘Re-focussing for Missions’ is apt as the region was bedevilled with security and other related problems.

“This administration is committed to selfless service, embodying the principles of love, compassion and empathy, we must all strive to live life this way.

“Preaching the word of God is a duty for all of us to carry and this embodies one of our mission as a government, reaching out to souls through service, We will not relent in championing the cause of Christ while we serve the people.

“We will continue to collaborate with bodies such as this to ensure that while we make efforts to deliver on our mandate, the body of Christ also gains.

She said that it is essential for people to recognise the significance of missions in Northern Nigeria, especially as it is where the people face numerous challenges, both social and spiritual.

Piyo added that the region has been marred by myriad of security challenges, particularly that which affects the body of Christ.

She said that it behoves on the people to be the beacons of hope, love, and peace.

The Deputy Governor therefore, charged the attendees to utilise the platform to strengthen their resolve in carrying out Christ’s mission.

Piyo reaffirmed that the government of Barr. Caleb Mutfwang will always support any noble assembly aimed at generating ideas and solutions that is targeted at solving problems in Plateau and Nigeria at large.

While calling for suggestions that will elicit policies and programmes that would better the lives of people, particularly in the areas of security, she said that the government is making frantic efforts to provide adequate security in the state and ensure that Plateau returns to its old glorious days of the home of peace, tourism and hospitality.

The Deputy Governor urged the men to use the opportunity to pray for the state to overcome its current security challenges and be the change they wish to see in the world, creating a society built on love, justice and peace.

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Mustapha Salisu

Mustapha Salisu is a graduate of BSc. Information and Media Studies from Bayero University Kano, with experience in Communication Skills as well as Public Relations.

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