Agbu Kefas has brought peace and stability to Taraba – Clergy

By Ameh Idujagi, Jalingo

The administration of Governor Agbu Kefas has brought peace and stability to Taraba State, according to Reverend Eric  Juyoh, a clergyman in the state.

The cleric who is former national president of Bang Cultural Development Association (BCDA) said  on Wednesday that the administration of Governor Kefas within eight months has brought unity, relative  peace and stability to the state.

Juyoh,  who stated this while exchanging views with journalists in Jalingo on the journey so far, expressed happiness that Tarabans under Governor Kefas now enjoy free education,  stable power supply, road construction and prompt payment of workers salary.

He said the developmental stride of Governor Kefas within the shortest period of time in office revealed that he needed prayers,  collective support and encouragement by all Tarabans to enable him turn the state around to an enviable height.

According  to him,  help was only coming to our people in Bang from the  present secretary to the state government (SSG), Chief Gibon Kataps and family and  the former speaker of the Taraba State House of Assembly, Rt. Honourable Able Peter Diah who through their foundations rendered humanitarian services to people in Sardauna Local Government Area by facilitating employment for youths, giving of scholarship and embarking on construction of bridges across communities.

 

Gov Agbu Kefas

The clergyman maintained that his regime as president Bang Cultural Association brought his people together and recorded massive social amenities for the people of the area. Adding that it was during his tenure that the people of Bang got their first district head as well as  hosting a sitting governor for the first time.

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He appeal to the people of Taraba State to remain law-abiding and support Governor Kefas to enable him provide more dividends of democracy in the state.

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