Friday, 16 February 2018


By: Alfred Saiki,

The recent dissolution of Commissioners in Plateau state, by the Governor of Plateau state, Barr. Simon Bako Lalong, has again been commended by a group in Kanam. They also thanked Governor Lalong for finding one of their sons worthy to serve in the last cabinet.

The group, Vote Lalong Again (VOLA), Kanam Local Government Branch, in a Press Release by its Chairman, Mohammed Askiya, said they were not surprised by the move of the Governor to re-invigorate the system.

“We are not surprised that His Excellency had painstakingly dissolved the cabinet to re-jig and re-invigorate the system for a more robust engagement in government and its attendant impact on the electorates”. Mohammed Askiya stated.

The statement went further to thank Governor Simon Lalong for finding their son, Dr. Dayyabu Yusuf Garga the out gone Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, worthy to serve in his administration and also appealed to the governor to always rely on the wealth of experience of their son.

The statement in part reads:

“We are however quick to thank His Excellency, Governor Simon Bako Lalong for finding our son, Dr. Dayyabu Yusuf Garga worthy of rust to be appointed as Commissioner in the dissolved cabinet.
“We thank Mr. Governor for this kind gesture as we are very proud of our son who did his best and added value to the Plateau Project in its totality.

“As a utility man, we appeal to His excellency to always rely on the wealth of experience garnered by Hon. Dayyabu Yusuf Garga to still boost the theatre of positive deliverance of democratic dividends to the people.

“We remain committed to the Simon Bako Lalong’s Project as we call on all men and women of Goodwill to support the re-election of Governor Simon Bako Lalong in 2019.

“We know that our Gvernor has integrity, he has wisdom and above all, he can be trusted with our collective destiny. He is a man of peace who has suddenly become a rallying point for the suppressed and oppressed. For now there is no credible alternative to him, so with one voice, we say vote Lalong again.

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