Association Decries Incessant Attacks On Plateau Educational, Economic Growth


MAOSA Set ’85 stakeholders present at the meeting


By Peter Amine

The Mangun Old Students Association (MAOSA) has decried the wanton killings and grievous effects of incessant attacks on Plateau educational and economic growth.

Set 85, “The Pillar Set” of the association, made the lamentation in a statement issued in Jos on Monday by its Coordinator and Secretary, Messers Philemon Dagwa and Wajal Nyalwat shortly after its meeting at Plateau Polytechnic.

The pillar set of the school, which is now known as Government Science Secondary School (GSSS), Mangun, described as callous and unacceptable the continuous destruction of lives and property across five local government ares of Mangu, Barkin-Ladi, Riyom, Bokkos and Bassa.

“We strongly condemn in totality, the consciously and well calculated evil attack and massacre of lives and destruction of property meted on Mangu Local Government in particular, by some people who don’t want peace for Plateau.

“Markets and several…

Source: News Agency of Nigeria