Plateau State Governor, Jonah David Jang (CON) has called on Nigerians to imbibe the spirit of forgiveness, love, reconciliation and rededication to the service of God and humanity in the year 2015.
The director of media Mr James Manok in a statement made available to our correspondent yesterday.
This is contained in his New-year massage to Plateau citizens and Nigerians as year 2015 begins.
He noted that if all Nigerians carry the spirit of accepting each other as one, the electoral process in the year 2015 will be peaceful and transparent.
Governor Jang also urged the political class to pursue issue-based campaign during the electioneering period instead of campaign of calumny, hatred and must –win- at all- cost syndrome.
The governor also said Nigerians must take a moment to reflect and count their blessings over the past year and give God all the Glory for the privileged of witnessing another year.
He thanked the citizens of the state for their support and standing behind the government over the past seven and half years and commended them for the patriotic partnership even in the face of challenges that the Government and the state went through.
Governor Jang while wishing all a memorable and prosperous year ahead, promised to continue to strive to meet the expectations of more Plateau people and Nigerians in the remaining days of the administration.
COMMUNIQUÉ ISSUED AT THE END OF A ONE-DAY STAKEHOLDERS’ MEETING ON “THE SECURITY SITUATION IN THE COUNTRY” ORGANIZED BY JAMA’ATU NASRIL ISLAM (JNI), ON 18TH SAFAR,1436AH (WEDNESDAY, 10TH DECEMBER, 2014).