Harness Plateau’s assets for good governance, Lalong urges commissioners

Plateau State Governor Simon Lalong has asked his new commissioners to saddle the various assets in the State for good governance in the state.
Lalong talked in Jos on Tuesday during a retreat held for the commissioners and other top government officials at the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPSS.
The Governor who pronounced the retreat open brought up that his administration can not bear to fail the people on its three-pillar policy of Peace, Physical Infrastructural Development, and Sustainable Economic Re-birth, thus the requirement for the commissioners to make a solid effort to empower the government to accomplish the target.
Lalong stated, “For many of our citizens, the question on their minds is; what do these policy objectives mean? How will they impact positively on their living standards? How soon will they begin to see the manifest and tangible evidence of this vision?
“These and many more are the questions that we need to answer at this retreat as we sit down to plan, review, discuss, strategise, and project on what we need to put in place to get the desired answers for those who elected us and to whom we are accountable.
“I, therefore, expect that this retreat will take a broad look at the state of the economy of Plateau State and discuss the plans to reposition it in line with the Economic Rebirth Vision of the Rescue Administration.”
Our reporter notes that twenty-one state commissioners, permanent secretaries, among others, took part in the retreat under the theme “New Initiatives for Sustaining the Rescue Agenda to the Next Level.”

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