Governor Mutfwang Vows to Lead Plateau State to New Heights

Barr. Caleb Manasseh Mutfwang

Plateau State Governor, Barr Caleb Manasseh Mutfwang, celebrated his recent victory in the gubernatorial election with a grand interdenominational Thanksgiving service at Rwangpam Township Stadium in Jos on January 21st.

While expressing his gratitude for his victory at the polls and reaffirmation at the Supreme Court, Governor Mutfwang assured the people of Plateau that he is fully committed to fulfilling his promises and driving the state towards new heights of prosperity.

“Today, I stand before you with a deep sense of commitment and gratitude, affirming our dedication to delivering on the promises we have made to you. By God’s grace, we will not let you down,” he declared.

interdenominational Thanksgiving service

Mutfwang emphasized his determination to build upon the solid foundations laid by previous leaders and lead Plateau into a new era.

He called upon divine enablement and urged citizens to continue praying for him and the state’s success.

“We shall move from healing to wholeness and soar to even greater heights,” he proclaimed.

The Thanksgiving service was attended by prominent religious leaders and political figures who expressed their support for Mutfwang’s vision.

Rev. Dr. Stephen Panya Baba, ECWA president and Chairman of denominational heads in Plateau State, highlighted the historical significance of the occasion and praised the people for the trust they had bestowed upon the governor.

interdenominational Thanksgiving service

Various prayers were offered during the service, focusing on peace and socio-economic development in Plateau State.

Bishop Francis Wale Oke delivered an inspiring exhortation, declaring a new era for Plateau and expressing a belief that positive change was imminent.

Former Governor David Jonah Jang, shared the challenges faced by Plateau and called for unity and surrender to Christ for lasting solutions.

He symbolically handed over the state to God, highlighting the importance of seeking divine guidance.

interdenominational Thanksgiving service

Former Governor of Adamawa State, Boni Haruna provided a goodwill message, drawing parallels between his own experience of an annulled election and the biblical story of David.

He emphasized the significance of relying on the strength of the Lord during difficult times.

His Majesty Da Jacob Gyang Buba-Gbong Gwom Jos reaffirmed Mutfwang’s victory and acknowledged the responsibility that lies ahead.

Former Military Governor,r Major General Lawrence Onoja (rtd), encouraged Mutfwang and urged Christians to support him through prayer, recognizing the crucial role faith plays in leadership.

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