The Coalition of Plateau Professionals, CPP, has regretted the demise of Rev Noel Bewarang, a committed member of its steering committee who passed on after a protracted ailment in Jos, the state capital.
Paying a condolence visit to the family of the late Bewarang, the CPP said it would miss the invaluable contributions the deceased has made in ensuring justice, equity and fairness prevailed before and during the just concluded governorship election in the state.
Coordinator of CPP, Dr. Pokop Bupwatda who led the delegation on the visit, particularly recalled how the deceased had taken it upon himself to preach against the rewritten of “Plateau history”, which the CPP and other well wishers kicked against when the former governor, Jonah Jang pencilled his kinsman to succeed him.
According to him, “we lack words to express this shocking lost, but we pray for the repose of the soul of the deceased, may God comfort and grant the you the courage to bear the irreparable lost. He was one person who believe Plateau belongs to all without discrimination and he stood for this until he breathe his last”.
Responding, the widow, elder and younger brothers of the deceased, Jerusah, Nenrot and Patrick Bewarang respectively, were full of gratitude for the visit and urge CPP not to deviate from its objective stands on good governance and pray for the protection of the body and its members.
The CPP is a non profit group made up of over 12 civil groups of professionals in various fields of endeavours and launched a campaign against impunity which it accused Jang of PDP of promoting which eventually paid off with the emergence of Simon Lalong as governor.