Governor Caleb Mutfwang urges his appointees to work together and preserve Plateau culture

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On Saturday, Governor Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau State asked his political appointees to put collaboration first and work together to protect the state’s rich history.

The governor also emphasized the importance of the appointees working together for the betterment of the state.

The State Capital of Jos is located in Rayfield, and Mutfwang made his announcement at a breakfast meeting with all political appointees in the State held in the Banquet Hall of the Presidential Lodge, Old Government House.

He urged them to put aside their egos and see their new positions as an honor and a chance to serve the public.

A call to service, he argued, rather than pursuit of glory for oneself.

I urge you to adopt a new way of thinking that emphasizes our current common goal: the improvement of Plateau State.

In his opening remarks, the Governor emphasized the importance of forming a “strong and united” team that works together effectively and motivates one another to bring about the vision of a unified and flourishing Plateau.

He advised all new appointments to see their positions as vitally important and to remember that everyone’s job serves a greater good.

In addition, Mutfwang urged them to use their vast expertise to usher in a new period of monumental development for the State.

There are many problems in our society that need our attention and rectification, so I urge you all to take this role seriously.

Let us band together for the sake of the residents of Plateau State, he urged.

State Secretary Arc. Samuel Jatau thanked the Governor for convening the meeting and promised to do their best to raise people’s standard of living in their respective jurisdictions.

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