Pharm.Ishaya Hails Gov Mutfwang’s Transformative Governance in Plateau State

Pharmacist Samuel Gyang Ishaya has praised Governor Caleb Mutfwang for his remarkable accomplishments during his first year in office, citing improvements in security, road construction, development, empowerment, human capital development, economic growth, transport sector, e-governance, and open-door policies.

As an active member of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and a strong supporter of Senator Dr. Jonah David Jang and Barrister Caleb Manasseh Mutfwang, Samuel Gyang has been a significant political stakeholder in Tudun Wada.

Speaking about Governor Mutfwang’s administration, he noted that “under Mutfwang, the state has witnessed remarkable strides in all sectors traversing the appointments of qualified and eligible employees into positions, staff promotions, conversions, training and retraining tailored towards migration to e-governance as well as prompt payment of salary and the liquidation of inherited backlogs owed employees.”

Pharm. Ishaya who previously ran for a House of Assembly seat in Jos NorthWest, commended the governor’s efforts in addressing the long-neglected road infrastructure in Tudun Wada Kabong.

“The Tudun Wada Saban Gari Mado Kabong road has been abandoned for the past seven years of the last administration of Simon Lalong, but this governor, coming on board, immediately commenced work on the road as he promised during his campaign,” he emphasized.

He also urged the governor to focus on neglected roads in Jenta Adamu and Jenta Mangoro, stressing the difficulties faced by residents, especially during the rainy season. He appealed to the Ministry of Urban Development to intervene, stating that the residents are finding it very difficult mostly during the rainy season.

Additionally, Pharm. Samuel raised concerns about water scarcity in Tudun Wada and Jenta Adamu, calling for government intervention similar to that in Langtang South. He suggested the construction of an additional reservoir like the one inside Mado Tourism to alleviate the issue.

While commending Governor Mutfwang’s achievements, ishaya highlighted the distribution of fertilizers, foodstuffs, and palliatives, as well as the provision of new buses and a locomotive train. He expressed concerns about the deteriorating state of Mado Tourism and urged the government to revitalize the area to attract tourists and generate revenue.

In the transport sector, Ishaya praised the procurement of new buses which have improved transportation at affordable rates, stating that citizens are now enjoying very low and affordable rates.

Regarding healthcare, He applauded the governor for ensuring the availability of drugs in government hospitals and took note of the proactive measures against malaria.

Ishaya also acknowledged the efforts of the First Lady, Barr. Helen Mutfwang, and the Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development in fighting child trafficking and violence against women and children.

Reflecting on Governor Mutfwang’s first year in office, he congratulated the PDP, Governor Mutfwang, his cabinet, and fellow party members on the significant progress made.

He stated, “we have seen great and marvelous changes in Plateau within a short period of time. And this one year is like eight years.”

Overall, Pharm. Ishaya’s approval underscores the positive impact of Governor Mutfwang’s administration in various sectors, driving development in Plateau State.

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