Gov Mutfwang, 4th right, Dr Garba, and members of the Pan Traditional Council during the courtesy visit in Jos.
Mutfwang lauds Pan nation’s contributions to becoming governor, pledges to reciprocate
Gov Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau has expressed his appreciation to the people of Pan nation for their immeasurable contribution and support for his election as Governor, pledging to carry them along in all facets of governance, going forward.
The Governor made this known while receiving in audience members of the Pan Development Association, PDA, who paid him a courtesy visit at the New Government House, Little Rayfield, Jos.
Gov Mutfwang pledged to reciprocate the gesture of the Pan people by prioritizing grassroots development initiatives in their communities and rewarding their sons and daughters with political appointments.
While emphasizing the need to complete existing projects in their communities to uphold public trust and ensure optimal utilization of resources, he called for the people’s unwavering support for the holistic development of every facet of the state in line with his commitment to equitable progress.
Mutfwang said that his administration was committed to inclusive growth in its development agenda, adding that his dedication to addressing key developmental priorities was unwavering and assured the people that no ethnic group would be overlooked.
He outlined a comprehensive blueprint, which highlighted initiatives aimed at enhancing infrastructure, modernizing agriculture through technology integration, addressing security challenges, and revitalizing the economy to alleviate poverty.
The Governor urged the people to exercise patience as the measures were being implemented, stressing that his administration was committed to the meticulous planning and execution of its projects and programs to the letter.
Earlier in his remark, the National President of Pan Development Association, Dr. Naankang Garba, extended the condolences of Pan people to the Governor and the people of the state following the recent attacks and killings in some communities in the state carried out by suspected terrorists.
Dr Garba lauded Gov Mutfwang’s leadership style and pledged PDA’s unwavering support for the Mutfwang government for the advancement and preservation of Plateau’s cultural heritage.