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100 days: Senator Useni hails Buhari, Lalong

From Ado Abubakar Musa, Jos

Senator Jerimiah Timbut Useni, has said that the first one hundred days of President Muhammadu Buhari as well as that of the Plateau State Governor Simon Bako Lalong, in offices are well spent with some successes.

 The Senator who represents Plateau South in the Senate, stated this yesterday in a press release personally signed by him.

He said: “As the President and Commander in chief of the armed forces of the federal republic of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari,GCFR as well as the executive Governor of Plateau State Rt. Hon. Barrister Simon Bako Lalong clocks one hundred days in office, the Senator representing Plateau South Senatorial district, distinguished Senator Jeremiah Timbut Useni, wishes to express that the days are well spent in furtherance of strengthen the norms of our democracy.”

 The Senator expressed that it is a known fact that the fight against insurgency in the North East is receiving boost and new approach and has been yielding results, through the efforts of Mr. President and the national assembly.

 “President Buhari’s efforts at regaining the country’s dignity, prestige and respect from amongst the international community is also worthy of commendation within the first one hundred days of his administration, just as the federal Government efforts aimed at fighting corruption is on the right track,” Senator Useni added.


 He said back here in Plateau state it is of great importance to highlight the fact that within the first one hundred days of the Governor Rt. Hon. Barrister Simon Bako Lalong’s administration, efforts are been made to reunite the good People of the state irrespective of religious, ethnic and party affiliation.

 Useni stressed that: “One other area of great concern is the ongoing rehabilitation as well as construction of dilapidated roads within Jos and Bukuru metropolis, and the ability of the state Government to negotiate with striking workers who had since agreed and had returned to work in the state.,

 He said much is certainly expected from both the President, Governors and Legislators at all levels, “yet with patients we shall deliver to the good people of the country and the state.”