Peace is Essential to Ending Poverty Says Incoming Plateau State Governor

Caleb Mutfwang, the incoming governor of Plateau state, has identified peace as a crucial prerequisite for the success of programs aimed at reducing poverty in the state specifically and the nation overall.


This was said by the governor-elect in Jos during his Sallah message to the Muslim faithful in honor of Eid el Fitr.


“Without peace and security, our communities could be driven into poverty and every form of deprivation,” he said.


He urged a renewed commitment to peaceful and good neighborliness with the goal of enhancing human welfare.


“We plead with all citizens to re-commit themselves to peaceful neighborliness.


“Our communities need peace and secure environments so that they can concentrate on their farming and business activities,”he said.


He expressed his gratitude to Muslims for their piety, discipline, and perseverance throughout the month of Ramadan and expressed his belief that God had heard their prayers for the country and the state.


Mr. Mutfwang noted that the 2023 Ramadan and Eid celebrations were significant because they fell during the country's political transition period. He also advised praying for a smooth transition on May 29 and in the coming days.


He gave the Plateau people assurances of competent leadership to promote state unity while collaborating with other institutions and security agencies to accomplish the task.



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