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10 Sep
Plateau Governor, Simon Lalong has restated his commitment to shore up development in the state, using his position as Chairman of the Northern Governors Forum and Director General of the All Progressives Congress
31 Aug
Beni Lar, representing Langtang North/South Federal Constituency of Plateau State, has reiterated her determination to speak up for her constituents in any circumstance.
17 Aug
Catholic Archbishop of Jos, Plateau State, Dr. Matthew Audu, has told Governor Simon Lalong that the apology he tendered to the Church has been accepted...
15 Aug
The Plateau state chapter of the Association of Private School Owners of Nigeria (APSON) has disclosed that 7,000 illegal private schools were currently operating in Plateau.
14 Aug
The Plateau State Government has described as “misleading and untrue,” a report by BudgIT entitled “2022 Nigerian Sub-National Salary Survey as at July 31, 2022,” wherein it categorised Plateau State
6 Aug
Troops of Operations Whirl Stroke and Safe Haven have apprehended seven terrorists and bandits as well as rescued two kidnapped victims in different operations across Nasarawa, Plateau, and the Kaduna States.
5 Aug
In no time we will enter September. It is a special month. From the point of view of numerologists, nine signifies completion.
5 Aug
The lamentable condition of pensioners across the country over unpaid gratuities and pensions has become a recurring decimal in many of the 36 states.
2 Aug
No fewer than 25 persons were killed at the weekend in Plateau State. The deaths were due to attacks by suspected Fulani militia and a clash of vigilante operatives with bandits.
2 Aug
The crisis in the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Plateau State chapter has taken another dimension, as 18 aggrieved governorship aspirants and other stakeholders have formed a group christened
26 Jul
Ahead of the 2023 poll, Plateau state stakeholders of the All progressive congress (APC) have reiterated their call for the disqualification of the governorship flagbearer in the state Dr Nentawe Yilwatda Goshwe.
22 Jul
Two suspected gun-runners, alleged to be major suppliers of ammunition to bandits in Wase and Kanam local councils of Plateau State, who were arrested early this week, are still undergoing investigation.

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