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Updated: February 25, 2021


President Buhari on an Official Visit to Plateau State to commission projects on 8th Mar 2018

President Buhari with Governor of Plateau State H.E. Simon Lalong, Governor of Nasarawa State H.E. Almakura Tanko, Minister of Sports Solomon Dalong and Gbong Gwom Jos and Chairman Plateau state council of chiefs Da Jacob Gyang Buba as he arrives Jos Plateau State on an Official Visit on 8th Mar 2018

President Buhari on an Official Visit to Plateau State to commission projects on 8th Mar 2018

President Buhari with Gbong Gwom Jos and Chairman Plateau state council of chiefs Da Jacob Gyang Buba and Governor of Plateau State H.E. Simon Lalong during his Courtesy call on Plateau State Traditional Council at Gbong Gwom Palace Jishe Jos during his Official Visit to Plateau State to commission projects on 8th Mar 2018

President Buhari on an Official Visit to Plateau State to commission projects on 8th Mar 2018

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