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Manjang Charge Berom Students on Unity, Peaceful Coexistence

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The Plateau State Commissioner for Information and Communication, Hon. Dan Manjang has charged the Berom Students at home and in Diaspora to channel their knowledge tChrist omoting peaceful coexistence in Plateau state and the country at large.

He urged the students to remain focused on issues that will foster cordial and harmonious relationship with other ethnic groups for the prosperity of Berom nation and Plateau.

Mangjang gave the charge during a one day leadership summit for National Union of Berom Students (NUBES), University of Jos chapter, titled “Commitment to Excellence and Accountability in Leadership” convened by the Matron, Prof. Christy Best, held in Jos, Plateau State.

He said: “There is need for team work, there is need for unity and in doing this, everybody is important. I want our students and people to work together, just like nobody can clap with one hand, that is how we need each other.

“This is a down of a new era and we must live up to the truth of our existence as a people. We must eschew prejudices and focus on peaceful coexistence.

“We must focus on issues that will make us instead of the issues that will break us; we must accommodate one another irrespective of political parties, religion and ethnicity.”

The Matron and Senior Lecturer in the University of Jos, Prof. Christy Best said the summit was aimed at equipping the undergraduate students with leadership skills for positive impact on the society.

“We are determine to equip the younger generation who are leaders of today and tomorrow with requisite skills to enable them make desire impact and change the current narrative in the overall interest of the youths.”

President, National Union of Berom Students (NUBES), Nyako Davou Ezekiel said they will remain focused on issues that will unite the youths for positive impact on the society.

Ezekiel noted that the students will never allow politics to divide them, adding that the youths will channel their energy towards productive venture that will contribute meaningfully on the society.

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