The group under the aegis of Plateau projectors has reaffirm its unflinching loyalty and support for the government of Bar. Simon Bako Lalong led developmental strides. Spokesman of the group Mr Joshua Daniel who gave this support in a statement made available to newsmen in Jos, commended the Director of Press Affairs (DOPA) for his contribution to the Plateau project through objective and impartial approach to state affairs toward building mutual respect among ethnic nationality .
Daniel added that the government is dedicated to the progress of Plateau People and not just the advancement of a single tribe
He cautioned against cheap blackmail by some session of the society also calling on the politicians in the state to shift their sword and move the state forward.
According to him, we must all work together to help in the transformation and re construction of the state which is been ravaged by crisis since 2001. He called on the media to avoid slanderous publications or unfounded accusation that can bring about mischief and setback to the state.
The present government has been seen and is seen to work with reputable and qualified individuals and is willing to work with anyone who shares in its vision of a better Plateau, a Plateau where unity and progress is celebrated as opposed to the strife and disunity being perpetuated by rumour mongers and ill willing persons determined to use the respectable institution of media as a witch hunting mechanism, he noted.
Joshua Daniel urged Nigerians, individuals, journalists and especially the media houses to contribute progressively to the State for the development and betterment of every citizen.
He emphasize that media houses should ensure balanced, objective and factual information that will promote unity of the country .
Daniel condemned notion that the government is haunted by ‘its shadow of unfulfilled promises’ is puerile and immature as anyone remotely familiar with the workings of government and ‘due process’ knows that is too early to score the present administration against an inherited backlog of unpaid salaries, communal disenchantment, educational nonchalance and debt .
It is grossly sad that anyone should assume that in a democracy and at a period where our beloved country enjoys the freedom of information, one man has a plan to rule over the LGAs whose inhabitants wholeheartedly gave him the mantle of leadership.
The Director of Press Affairs (DOPA) to the governor is a person of integrity who have contribute in several public fora and his achievements in championing progress of the State is worthy of commendation working round the clock to ensure that the voice and opinion of the Plateau person is appreciated.