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Displaced communities to return home before the rains, Plateau Governor Mutfwang assures

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Plateau Governor Barrister Caleb Mutfwang

By Raymond Gukas, Jos

With the relative return of peace across Plateau State, Governor Caleb Mutfwang has announced the relocation back home of families that were displaced as a result of previous violent attacks.

He announced this in his Easter message to the people at the headquarters of the Church of Christ In Nations, (COCIN) in jos, the state capital.

The governor who also encouraged the people to be steadfast in the heat of the economic situation across the land, stressed that only prayers can help in amelioration of the hardship.

According to a press release signed by the Director of Press Affairs to the Governor, Gyang Bere, Mutfwang was excited with the news of the recently kidnapped two students in Bokkos that were rescued by divine intervention.

“The Governor announced the resettlement of Internally Displaced Persons to their ancestral homes before the rainy season begins. He called for fervent prayers to overcome the challenges associated with this endeavour”, the release added.

The Governor, who conveyed his heartfelt Easter wishes to Christians worldwide used the occasion to encouraged believers “to place their anxieties, cares, and concerns for the future in Jesus Christ”

He emphasized the importance of prayers to be able to “actualize policies aimed at improving the standard of living for Plateau citizens.

“Accompanied by his wife, Barrister Helen Mutfwang, the Governor expressed gratitude to citizens for their unwavering faith in his administration.

He assured that the government remains committed to working for the common good of the people.

“Governor Mutfwang acknowledged the economic hardships faced by Plateau residents due to the nation’s challenges. He highlighted that the meager take-home pay received by individuals is insufficient to feed their families and urged them to always look up to God.

“Governor Mutfwang further encouraged citizens to embrace agriculture as a means of survival. He emphasized that Plateau must contribute to national food security by creating wealth through farming,” it emphasised.

In a sermon to mark Easter, the Senior Pastor, Associate Professor Caleb Dami reminded believers that Jesus Christ’s resurrection liberates them from sin. He drew inspiration from Matthew 28:1-10, where the angels declared Jesus had risen from the dead.

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