Plateau stakeholders reaffirm their support for Lalong and welcome peace initiatives

Governor of Plateau State, Simon Lalong

September 18 (THEWILL) – Plateau Youth for Peace reaffirmed their support for Governor Simon Lalong’s peacebuilding efforts that have ensured relative peace for the past 6 years, until recent disruption by enemies of State.

The non-governmental organization (NGO), in a statement signed by its coordinator, Bar Steve Gyang, further congratulated the governor on the proactive measures taken to nip the conflict in the bud.

In simultaneous meetings held at the headquarters of the three senatorial zones, the group congratulated the Plateau Assembly and the Governor for complying with the Assembly’s resolutions.

It will be remembered that the Hon. Philip Dasun, chairman of the House Information Committee, at a press conference at the Assembly complex on Thursday, said assembly members praised Governor Lalong for vigorously taking steps to return to normal in record time by “responding to five of the six resolutions of the Assembly”.

In the statement made available to THEWILL over the weekend, stakeholders also praised the good people in the state for standing up to the conflict merchants who planned to exploit the conflict to promote the total collapse of the law. and order for political ends.

According to the NGO, “the plan to discredit the populist government of Governor Simon Lalong has been discovered and will soon be exposed if these critics do not retract.”

They further praised the peaceful conduct of the primary elections and congresses of local government parties at the neighborhood and local government levels.

They alerted citizens to the political losers’ plans to plunge the state into chaos aimed at truncating the upcoming local elections.

According to the coordinator, “our peace-loving people must stand up, resist and be on the alert to thwart these frustrated politicians whose infiltration program of the Plateau National Assembly has failed miserably.”

They called on the security agencies to investigate and bring the perpetrators to justice.

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