The Plateau state Governor, Simon Lalong disclosed this at the while paying glowing tributes to the first civilian governor plateau state.
Lalong revealed this at the second anniversary service held at the COCIN Headquarters church Fidelis Tapgun way Jos.
He appreciated late’s Solomon Lar legacy which has help in advancing our democracy to the next level and called on the people of plateau to act as unite people in facing the common challenges of the state.
According to him, Late Baba Lar has left a big shoe for lots of us to fill in the political front; his emancipator slogan has been carried to the development of present Nasarawa and Plateau states.
He noted that the people at the grassroots witness a lot of transformation and we feel that his works should not be left to suffer just like that.
He called on Politicians to emulate the footstep of late Daushep Lar to move the economic fortunes of the state forward.
Contributing member representing Langtang north in the state House of Assembly, Hon Amos kumtul said late Solomon Lar was a hero to Nigerians, Plateau and the tarok nation.
He said,” I owe my political career to him that was later translated to me becoming the chairman of Langtang north”.
Hon Kumtul said Baba founded the Peoples Democratic Party which ruled this country for 16 years and is proud to be a member of this great party.
Here there urged his supporters and people of plateau state to emulate the late governor legacy and helping in building a vibrant and better Plateau.