By TERYIMA ANDREW-
The inauguration committee for the second tenure in office of the incumbent Plateau state governor, Barrister Simon Lalong, has said the governor elect will pay a visit to the orphanage home as part of actives for the formal inauguration coming up Wednesday May 29th.
Chairman, central planing committee, who is also the deputy governor governor elect, Prof Sonni Tyoden, stated this Friday, at old government house Jos, during a press conference.
There are numerous orphanage homes in Jos, the Plateau state capital due to persistent civil unrest rest, which have claimed several lives, living hundreds of destitute homeless.
Recently, the governor paid a visit at the Jos Wildlife park, and pledged continual feeding of the elephant and other wild animals at the park.
Prof Tyoden, a former vice chancellor of the university of Jos, however said the celebration for the inauguration ceremony shall be held low key.
The incoming deputy governor explained that Plateau state government is following the footsteps of the federal government for inauguration process, therefore, the inauguration shall be marked low key.
“The celebration will be observed in a low key, we are taking a cue from the federal government.” Tyoden said.
Other activities for the inauguration according to the press text of the inauguration committee noted that a special Juma’at prayer shall be held this afternoon, while church service this Sunday.
The governor being a golfer; a golf tournament is scheduled for tomorrow, Saturday at the Lamingo golf club.
Chairman of the committee also disclosed that the governor shall unveil his blue-pint for the second tenure during the June 12th Democracy day celebration.
The week long activities for the inauguration shall also feature social nights activities, including cultural dances, to climax with a dinner.