Gov. Mutfwang Receives Muslim Ummah on Sallah Homage, Vows not to Discriminate Against Anyone

The Muslim Ummah in Plateau State, led by the State Chairman of Jama’atu Nasril Islam (JNI), on Wednesday, paid the traditional Eid-el-Kabir Sallah Homage to the Executive Governor of Plateau State at the New Government House in Little Rayfield, Jos.

The congregation, comprising clerics, community leaders, women, youths, and the elderly, expressed gratitude to Governor Mutfwang for his generosity, kindness, and support towards Muslims in the state.

Delivering the Sallah message, Alh. Dr. Haruna Muhammad Sambo, the JNI Chairman and Emir of Wase, conveyed deep appreciation to Governor Mutfwang and the Plateau State Government for their developmental efforts which have benefited the Muslim community and the entire state.

He highlighted the Governor’s commendable initiatives, including the rehabilitation of road networks around masallacin Juma’a, Zololo Junction, Mango street, Delimi Street, Bauchi road and Rikkos main road among several others and support provided for the 2024 Hajj logistics and mobilization.

Alh. Sambo praised Governor Mutfwang for introducing metro buses and revitalizing the railway, which he said have gone a long way to alleviating transportation challenges for citizens.

Expressing concern over recent incidents involving enforcement of Executive Order 003 by a Task Force, he called for enhanced collaboration to ensure smooth implementation for sustainable peace and cleanliness in Jos under the Greater Jos Master Plan.

Governor Mutfwang, in his address, thanked the Muslim Ummah for their steadfast support since the beginning of his administration. He acknowledged their unwavering commitment to justice and fairness during challenging times.

“I know many of you stood for justice when we faced adversity. This support has given me the strength and confidence to lead a government that prioritizes fairness, justice, and equality, without any form of discrimination,” Governor Mutfwang affirmed.

He emphasized, “Our policies aim to benefit all citizens and create a conducive environment for visitors to Plateau state. I appreciate the cooperation of Islamic clerics, particularly during our efforts in Terminus, and sincerely thank you for it.”

Governor Mutfwang assured continued openness to advice and collaboration from individuals and groups dedicated to Plateau State’s growth and development.

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Gov. Mutfwang Receives Muslim Ummah on Sallah Homage, Vows not to Discriminate Against Anyone

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