Monday, 5 March 2018

PROJECTS CONSTRUCTED IN PLATEAU STATE ARE FOR PLATEAU PEOPLE---HON. DATI (COMM. INFORMATION)


By: Valentine Adese,
 
Hon. Yakubu Dati, the Commissioner for Information and Communication has called on the people of Plateau state to come out en mass to welcome President Muhammadu Buhari, as he visits the state on Thursday, 8/03/18, to commission projects in the state.
 
HON. DATI
Hon. Dati, who made this call in a live political radio programme on Tincity 104.3 Fm monitored by REALITY also emphasized that the projects to be commissioned by the president are for plateau state and not for any individual of political party.

He said, “We are the people of Plateau and the projects to be commissioned are for Plateau state and its people.. Putting politics aside, we should all come out en mass and welcome the Mr. President and also assist him to perform this historical event.


Callers into the programme have described the Commissioner as a Digital Commissioner with his constant involvement with the social media and online Newspapers.

You would recall that the Commissioner for Information and Communication Plateau State, Hon. Yakubu Dati had on Friday last week on assumption of office, vow to run an open door policy in a press briefing.
Speaking at the occasion, Hon. Dati had disclosed that the State is set to receive President Muhammadu Buhari on the 8th of March 2018 on a working visit.

According to the Commissioner, “President Muhammadu Buhari, will inspect and commission some completed projects including the Mararaban Jama'a express road, the lowcost/ Rukuba road network, the secretariat flyover and the Unguwar Togo road network amongst others.  He will also visit the Gbong Gwon Jos as well as hold a town-hall meeting where the Peace building roadmap will be unveiled by Gov Simon Lalong at the Government House, Little Rayfield.”

Adding that, “The good people of Plateau State are enjoined to come out enmass and give our President a rousing reception to the home of Peace and tourism.

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