The following Nigerians have bagged the reality newspaper 2016 award of excellence for their positive contribution to the uplifting of humanity in the country.
Governor Simon Bako Lalong of Plateau state, former speaker of the plateau state house of assembly, Rt. Hon George Daika, Deputy speaker plateau state house of assembly and member representing Kantana constituency ,Rt Hon. Yusuf Babayo Gagdi, former Deputy speaker of PLHA, member representing Jos north, North in the state house of assembly, Hon lbrahim Baba Hassan, the former Attorney General and commissioner for justice ,Hon Edward Pwajok, SAN, Chief Sunny Odey Esq, he Director of press and public affairs to the governor of plateau state, Mr Samuel Emmanuel Nanle.
” we want to mark this occasion to recognize and award hard work who have contributed positively to human beings in the area peace building and promote mutual friendship in the society “,he added.
The publisher of reality Newspaper based in Jos north local government Area Amb valatine Adese has disclosed that the newspaper is celebrating 12 years of existence on plateau and promoting peaceful coexistence and remain committed to entertainment ,projecting.
Prince Valatine Adese disclosed this during a press conference to mark the beginning of the celebration at his headquarters in Jos north local government Area of plateau state on Monday.
He said, the reality today marks the 12th year of their widely and international read newspaper, a committees was set up to have extensive deliberation with stakeholders, the media, politician, political elites in plateau and the country at large.
He stressed that governor Lalong has been rated one of the best in the country in the aspect restoring peace to all the look and cranny of the state.
Adese reiterated that over the years plateau state has been under siege but since this government came on board the killing had stop so we need to award him for bringing peace to the State.
According to him, we also consider the welfare of the civil servants which is taken care of before the end of December and January 1st they all resume back with smiles on their faces.