Christiana Gokyo, Jos
Plateau state government has successfully conducted an orientation of at least 3,000 N-Power members of ‘Batch B’ towards peaceful coexistence and violence free elections.
Special Assistant to the governor on Social Investment Programme, Dr Mrs Sumaye Hamza, made this declaration on the 5th Dec, 2018, at Treasure Inn along Rayfield Road in Jos South local government area of Plateau state recently.
According to him, the exercise was organized for over 3,000 Batch 2 N-Power beneficiaries by the office of the Governor on social investment program.
The special assistant further stated that, the main objectives of the Programme were for government to educate the beneficiaries on the need for commitment and patriotism – so they could look towards violence-free elections in the year ahead.
While charging them on selfless service and also promoting peaceful coexistence as agents of positive change in the society, Dr Hamza then cautioned the beneficiaries to use their wealth of experience in handling crisis-free elections ahead of 2019 and to continue to preach unity of “One Nigeria.”
She said, “N-Power wants to ensure that the targeted numbers of unemployed youth greatly benefited from the good gesture of the Plateau state government programme that is effectively geared towards enhancing their existence.