From JIDAUNA YANUNG, Abuja
THE Senator Representing Plateau North Senatorial District of Plateau State in the senate, Senator Istifanus Gyang has reaffirmed his commitment to improve the living condition of his people and Plateau State in general.
Senator Gyang stated this recently at the maiden edition of Plateau Festivals of Arts and Culture held at the Old Parade Ground, Abuja.
According to the lawmaker, the provision of dividends of democratic representation is his priority and his other colleagues from Plateau State.
Appreciating the contribution of Plateau indigenes living in the Federal Capital Territory and environs, Senator Gyang called on them to continue to pray and support them as welled the state in general in its developmental strides.
He stated that members of both the Senate and House of Representatives from Plateau State will continue to partner the Plateau Indigenes Development Association (PSIDA) in order to move the state forward.
The occasion featured presentations of award to the Governor of Plateau State, Simon Bako Lalong, Minister of Women Affairs Dame Pauline Tallen.
Permanent Secretary of Science and Technology, Elder Bitrus Nabasu, Deputy Speaker House of Representatives, Hon. Idris Wase and other members of the National Assembly from Plateau State among others.