Plateau state governor, Barr Simon Lalong yesterday said those who perpetrated the criminal attacks on some communities in the State are being arrested and will be prosecuted.
A statement from Yakubu Dati,the commissioner of Information and Communication made available to newsmen in Jos says that Gov Lalong urges citizens to use these moments of great trials as an opportunity to unite and support government’s efforts at restoration.
The governor who took time to condole the bereaved over the attack also prayed for God’s divine comfort.
According to the statement, governor Lalong stated this at the mid-term thanksgiving and prayers for Plateau State organised by The Living Stone Assembly International at Miango road in Jos.
In a sermon titled: “Be grateful to God”, Rev Yakubu Pam, admonised christians not to give up because the hour of victory is near.
Rev. Pam who is the Chairman of CAN, Northern Nigeria, said that no weapon fashioned against God’s annointed shall prosper, adding that, “Plateau State will rise again”.
Earlier in his welcome address,the host, Bishop Jonas Katung said the present challenges is an opportunity to stand together as one.
Speaking at the service, Hon David Ombugadu, a house of representative member from Nassarawa State commended Gov Lalong for his people- oriented policies,as he prayed for peace on the Plateau.
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