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Mutfwang cautions PDP elders, stakeholders against conflict-oriented actions

Governor Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau State has cautioned elders of the state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) against actions that could hinder the…

Governor Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau State has cautioned elders of the state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) against actions that could hinder the progress of the party.

As the ruling party in the state, Governor Mutfwang emphasized the importance of upholding the party’s values and fostering peaceful coexistence, unity, tolerance, and cooperation within the political and party structures.

Addressing stakeholders and members of the PDP Elders’ Forum at a breakfast meeting held at his residence in the old Government House in Little Rayfield, Jos, the governor highlighted the crucial role of wise guidance and counsel from the elders in ensuring the party’s stability.

Governor Mutfwang also underscored the need for a cautious approach to the upcoming congresses aimed at electing party officials, urging against actions that could lead to conflicts within the party. He emphasized the importance of respecting the popular wishes of the people, particularly at the grassroots, as well as the necessity of inclusivity and consensus-building.

“PDP belongs to the people of Plateau; it is a platform they have identified with since 1999. It is imperative to have the body of elders functioning, as their wisdom is invaluable in guiding the party,” Governor Mutfwang stated.

He further urged the elders to demonstrate leadership and provide sound counsel for peace to prevail as the party prepares for the congress.

In his remarks, the Chairman of the PDP Elders’ Forum, Chief Raymond Dabo, expressed gratitude for the governor’s leadership and reiterated the elders’ commitment to supporting the party’s progress.

Eminent elders in attendance included former Governor Jonah Jang and Amb. Yahaya Kwande, as well as former ministers and other prominent party members.

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