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Community commends Mutfwang for appointing son




THE Chigwi community of Vwang District in Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State has appreciated the Governor of Plateau State, Caleb Mutfwang, for appointing their son, Mr Gyang Bere, as the Director of Press and Public Affairs (DOPPA).

The people, who were led by Da Gwom Chigwi, Atyos Mandung, made their feelings known on a courtesy visit to the DOPPA) in his office recently at the New Government House, Little Rayfield, Jos.

Da Mandung, who extolled the virtues of Mr. Bere, said he was a grassroots mobilizer that the community was proud of and assured that the governor would never regret working with him.

According to him, they held their son in high esteem because he took every assignment with seriousness and urged him to extend that attitude to the government of the state under the leadership of Mutfwang.

Mandung assured the governor of their total support, saying that with the developmental strides witnessed within a short stay in office, he believed that more development was in the offing for the people of the state.

Responding, Gyang Bere, who was full of appreciation for the visit, said he would not disappoint them while carrying out his assignment.

He thanked the governor for finding him worthy to serve in his government, assuring him that he would put in his best to support Governor Mutfwang in the task of leaving Plateau better than they met it.

Bere urged them to preach peace in their homes and domains, saying that if there was peaceful coexistence, the country would be peaceful where everyone would want to live in.

The Da Gwom later offered special prayers for the DOPPA to succeed in his assignment and the success of the government as a whole.

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