The Chief of staff to Governor Simon Lalong ,Mr John Dafan has refuted allegation levelled against him by former Chairman of Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) Qua’an Pan Local Government Council ,Comrade Dasok Dayil Mark of alleged involving in his illegal transfer to Bokkos LGA.
Speaking to universalreporters24.com, on a telephone interview, Dafan denied vehemently that the report by this medium.
Speaking with universalreporters247.com, He said the information was baseless ,unfounded that his office is not in charge of local government transfer of NULGE staff ,we have some indigenes of Quaan pan that working outside the council Secretariat who were also affected by the general internal transfer from one local to another respectively.
According to him, he cannot instruct, or even think of transferring Dasok Mark because other people working in the local governments were also transferred, so why is Comrade Dasok Dayil Mark linking his transfer to him.
Chief Dafan said; “I don’t have any connection to that ,I have not seen where his transfer document look like, so I am not responsible for the transfer of local government staff.
He added, the former NUDGE Chairman was not traveling to Bokkos when the accident happened but he went to upload fire woods which resulted to critical accident.
It would be recalled that this medium has reported that Lalong Chief of staff, Former Deputy Governor Longjan was accused of witch-hunting PDP Members working in Qua’an Pan LGA, the report explained, how some civil servants working in Local Government Councils are undergoing mass sacked and suspension without salaries in Plateau state
Comrade Dasok Dayil Mark who granted interview to our correspondent stated that top politicians blackmailed him because he is a supporter of the People Democratic Party (PDP) in the last 2015 election against the All Progressive Congress (APC) .
He said, “I was suspended in April 2016 by Governor Simon Bako Lalong chief of Staff, Mr John Dafan and the former Deputy Governor, Hon Ignatius Longjan through the local government service commission.