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  • Updated: May 29, 2024

Mutfwang saves Plateau from shame - Commissioner

Mutfwang saves Plateau from shame - Commissioner

Commissioner for Land, Survey, and Town Planning, Peter Nyam-Gai, stated that Governor Caleb Mutfwang has  redeemed Plateau State from disgrace and reinstated it to its former prestige.

Nyam-Gai disclosed this during an interview with journalists in Jos on Tuesday, where he presented Governor Mutfwang’s achievements over the past year in land and survey, among other sectors.

“The governor has done well. He has removed Plateau state from shame. He has put in projects that people least expected; the governor has invested,” said Nyam-Gai.

The commissioner further expressed great faith in the governor’s capability to help Plateau overcome its challenges and achieve greater heights.

Nyam-Gai added, “The governor has given Plateau state and its people a good image. If you go around Jos, you will see the operation zero potholes. You will discover that he has done significantly fantastic, and you will hardly find any potholes within Jos metropolis.

“Virtually all the bad areas have been repaired; newly tarred roads are coming up in those spots. In the area of urban upgrade, there are areas within Jos that are bad. All those have been revamped and linked to major highways.”

The commissioner added, “In the area of transportation, you will recall that just recently, about 15 state-of-the-art buses were deployed to move people within the greater Jos Master Plan.

“I am also aware that the rail system will soon start working. Also, the governor has entered into new partnerships with some airlines, including Value Jet and Arik; at least the two gateways are now functional on the plateau.”

Similarly, in the areas of agriculture, security, education, health, and others, the commissioner emphasised Mutfwang’s uncommon achievements within a short period of time, in spite of the legal battles he had to face initially.

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