Lalong pledges good governance, extends olive branch to critics
Addressing the All Progressives Party (APC) chieftains and supporters yesterday at the Rayfield, Government House in Jos, the Governor who was away in Jerusalem on pilgrimage when the election petitions tribunal delivered judgment in his favour, said he was not surprised over the verdict.
Lalong expressed the belief that God would never disappoint the people of Plateau, who gave him their mandate during the April 11 Governorship election, adding that his victory was a sign of better things to come to the people.
According to him, “From all indications, my victory at the tribunal is divine because it has gone to reaffirm God’s will for the people of Plateau State when we came into power the conditions of the civil servants was so deplorable but now work had resumed in all the nooks and crannies of the state.
“We have done our very best for peace to return to Plateau and we will continue to do our best to serve our people and with the tribunal’s verdict, which has confirmed the wish of the people, we are now more determined to ensure that the APC administration under my leadership will end bad governance in Plateau.”