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The Governor's proactive action has led to the deployment of more trained troops and more collaboration from the Nigerian Air Force to bring an end to the terrorist siege on the plateau. Several security surveillance technic have been adopted. The Ground Training Commander Air Vice Marshal (AVM) Usman Abdullahi, visited Plateau. The Air Force pledges complete support to end insecurity on the Plateau.

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, Plateau State and the National Union of Teachers Plateau chapter called off an ongoing strike due to unpaid salaries. To restore the public's confidence in public education, this is in line with the goals outlined in his educational plan. The goal is to raise the standard for education across all disciplines, at all levels of institutions, with an emphasis on science and technology. According to His Excellency, paying salaries remains a duty for him, and not an achievement.

Governor Mutfwang saw the need for urgent intervention in the infrastructure of Senior Secondary schools to create a conducive learning atmosphere to enable students to compete favorably with their counterparts. His Excellency took action to establish a Commission to take charge of this critical sector of our educational system as part of efforts to improve service delivery in secondary education in the state.

Governor Mutfwang has ordered the ASTC to cultivate over 900 hectares of land for the displaced persons in Barkin Ladi, Mangu, and Riyom LGAs. Efforts are also currently being made to subsidize the cost of fertilizers for farmers.

This happened because the elected chairmen were found to have mismanaged public funds. after which they refused to present and defend themselves before the PLSHA upon demand by the honorable house. Investigations are still ongoing on the matter, and the TCC remain the acting chairmen until investigations are over.

To clarify the 5 Billion Naira Allocation for Palliative to various states of the Country, Plateau State Government has received 2 Billion which includes a 52% grant component and 48% loan component.

Part of the 5 billion Naira, we have been mandated to use 1 billion Naira to buy rice locally. This is to ensure that money circulates within the local economy. Along with the allocation, 3,000 bags of rice was received and has been shared to the Local Governments and I want to pledge my honor that not a single kobo of the 5 billion Naira will be misused.

We have also set up a committee which will advice the Government on possible palliative options which we will look at so that it covers the wide spectrum of the society. We will be looking at issues like improving the bursary of our students, getting fertilizers at a subsidized rate for our farmers and all the other components we can look at within the constraint of the resources at our disposal.

The Jos-Abuja Flight was recently inaugurated to boost economic activities. Efforts are also being made to restore rail transport within Jos city and to other parts of the country.

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