Late Emma Nanle’s family appreciates Gov. Lalong for Support through Scholarship.

How time flies! Just like yesterday , but it’s exactly a year  since the late Emmanuel Samuel Nanle the director of press and public affairs to governor Simon Bako Lalong  pass to the great beyond on September the 12th 2018.

Amidst friends, family and top government functionaries “DOPA” as he was fondly called was remembered in a grand style. The remembrance service with a thanksgiving was held at the Lutheran church Dogon-Dutse were Emmanuel Samuel Nanle    served as catechist before his demise.

While appreciating friends and family the wife of the deceased Mrs Inga Samuel appreciate the executive Governor of plateau state for paying upfront the school fees of the children she says “unlike others who will make promise and fail, I want to thank the executive Governor for standing by us and fulfilling his promises, as I speak the school fees of the children is domicile in their respective accounts, we say thank you” the widow in tears also appreciates friends who remembered the family always however she did not end without a take home message for politicians, Inga Samuel pleaded with politician to empower their women, “invest in your woman, give her something to do, so when you are finally gone, she will have something to do hence those lions will not take advantage of her…”

Governor Simon Lalong represented by the Deputy Governor, Prof. Sonni Tyoden eulogize the late director of press saying he was a man of many parts, to many people, stressing that indeed the government and the state miss a patriot and a crusader for justice. Governor Lalong again promise that he will do anything humanly possible to the family.

Other  guest present  include the wife of the executive Governor, Mrs Regina Lalong,  wife of the Deputy Governor, Chief of staff, Head of service , Former commissioners, Clergy, youth organizations among many .

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Late Emma Nanle’s family appreciates Gov. Lalong for Support through Scholarship.

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