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  •  Civil Society Organisations CSOs on the aegis of the Plateau Peace Practioners Network has advised governorship candidates in the state to include good governance in their electioneering The organisations gave the charge at a colloquium they organised on Thursday in Jos Speaking at the event Mr Jacob Pwakim chairman of the network said that the colloquium aimed at creating a platform for citizens to engage the candidates Pwakim who said that PPPN is a conglomerate of civil society organisations working on peace building in the state explained that the event was first of its kind in the history of the network The chairman also tasked the candidates that whoever emerged after the 2023 general elections should commit more resources and efforts toward promoting peace in state We have decided to put this together to create the a platform to engage the governorship candidates on good governance It is a platform for the candidates to tell the public what they have in stock for the people and to create strong synergy with the organisations in the state As a network we want to strongly advised whoever among you that becomes the governor to adequately fund the state s Peace Building Agency PPBA established by the current administration We want to also advise that the next governor should leverage the Open Government Partnership OGP initiative of the current administration in spending public funds he said Pwakim maintained that the OGP would curtail incidences of corruption and misappropriation of public funds that mostly lands the chief executives into trouble after office The chairman further advised the incoming governor to support both local and international organisations in the state and urged that modalities should be put in place to attract grants to the state Speaking at the event Mr Caleb Mutfwang the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP thanked the network for providing them the platform to reel out their manifestos to the public Mutfwang promised to commit reasonable resources and commitment toward addressing ongoing violent conflicts in the state Also Dr Nentawe Yilwatda of the All Progressives Congress APC said that he would deploy modern technology to fight insecurity in the state Similarly Mr Samuel Abashe the candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance APGA promised to improve on the early warning and early response system to end the circle of violence in the state The News Agency of Nigeria reports that reprsentatives of candidates of Action Democratic Party ADC and National Rescue Movement NRM also attended the colloquium NewsSourceCredit NAN
    2023: CSOs task governorship candidates in Plateau on good governance 
     Civil Society Organisations CSOs on the aegis of the Plateau Peace Practioners Network has advised governorship candidates in the state to include good governance in their electioneering The organisations gave the charge at a colloquium they organised on Thursday in Jos Speaking at the event Mr Jacob Pwakim chairman of the network said that the colloquium aimed at creating a platform for citizens to engage the candidates Pwakim who said that PPPN is a conglomerate of civil society organisations working on peace building in the state explained that the event was first of its kind in the history of the network The chairman also tasked the candidates that whoever emerged after the 2023 general elections should commit more resources and efforts toward promoting peace in state We have decided to put this together to create the a platform to engage the governorship candidates on good governance It is a platform for the candidates to tell the public what they have in stock for the people and to create strong synergy with the organisations in the state As a network we want to strongly advised whoever among you that becomes the governor to adequately fund the state s Peace Building Agency PPBA established by the current administration We want to also advise that the next governor should leverage the Open Government Partnership OGP initiative of the current administration in spending public funds he said Pwakim maintained that the OGP would curtail incidences of corruption and misappropriation of public funds that mostly lands the chief executives into trouble after office The chairman further advised the incoming governor to support both local and international organisations in the state and urged that modalities should be put in place to attract grants to the state Speaking at the event Mr Caleb Mutfwang the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP thanked the network for providing them the platform to reel out their manifestos to the public Mutfwang promised to commit reasonable resources and commitment toward addressing ongoing violent conflicts in the state Also Dr Nentawe Yilwatda of the All Progressives Congress APC said that he would deploy modern technology to fight insecurity in the state Similarly Mr Samuel Abashe the candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance APGA promised to improve on the early warning and early response system to end the circle of violence in the state The News Agency of Nigeria reports that reprsentatives of candidates of Action Democratic Party ADC and National Rescue Movement NRM also attended the colloquium NewsSourceCredit NAN
    2023: CSOs task governorship candidates in Plateau on good governance 
    General news2 months ago

    2023: CSOs task governorship candidates in Plateau on good governance 

    Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) on the aegis of the Plateau Peace Practioners Network, has advised governorship candidates in the state to include good governance in their electioneering.

    The organisations gave the charge at a colloquium they organised on Thursday in Jos. Speaking at the event, Mr Jacob Pwakim,  chairman of the network, said that the colloquium aimed at creating a platform for citizens to engage the candidates.

    Pwakim, who said that PPPN is a conglomerate of civil society organisations working on peace- building in the state, explained that the event was first of its kind in the history of the network.

    The chairman also tasked the candidates that whoever emerged after the 2023 general elections, should commit more resources and efforts toward promoting peace in state ”We have decided to put this together to create the a platform to engage the governorship candidates on good governance.

    ”It is a platform for the candidates to tell the public what they have in stock for the people and to create strong synergy with the organisations in the state.

    ”As a network,  we want to strongly advised whoever among you that becomes the governor to adequately fund the state’s Peace Building Agency (PPBA) established by the current administration ”We want to also advise that the next governor should leverage the Open Government Partnership (OGP) initiative of the current administration in spending public funds,” he said.

    Pwakim maintained that the OGP would curtail incidences of corruption and misappropriation of public funds, that mostly lands the chief executives into trouble after office.

    The chairman further advised the incoming governor to support both local and international organisations in the state and urged that modalities should be put in place to attract grants to the state.

    Speaking at the event, Mr Caleb Mutfwang,  the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), thanked the network for providing them the platform to reel out their manifestos to the public.

    Mutfwang promised to commit reasonable resources and commitment toward addressing ongoing violent conflicts in the state.

    Also, Dr Nentawe Yilwatda  of the All Progressives Congress (APC), said that he would deploy modern technology to fight insecurity in the state.

    Similarly,  Mr Samuel Abashe,  the candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), promised to improve on the early warning and early response system to end the circle of violence in the state.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that reprsentatives of candidates of Action Democratic Party (ADC) and National Rescue Movement (NRM), also attended the colloquium.


    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  Civil Society Organisations CSOs under the aegis of Plateau Peace Practioners Network PPPN have eulogised late Justice Ladi Madaki a High Court Judge in Plateau She died on Aug 6 after her elevation to the position on July 13 The different groups reeled out eulogies at a night of tribute organised for the deceased justice on Friday in Jos Speaking at the event Mr Jacob Pwakim the Chiarman of PPPN said that the late justice was a pillar of support to all CSOs in the state Pwakim who is also the Executive Director Youth Initiative Against Violence and Human Rights Abuse YIAVHA said that the deceased had impacted positively in the lifespan of many organisations in the state particularly those promoting peace and the rights of girls and women Late Jistice Ladi Madaki was a woman with the heart of gold she had her signature in the life of most CSOs in this state She was the legal adviser of PPPN and was instrumental to the Memorandum of Understanding MoU that is guiding the operation of the network She was fearless objective and was never desperate in life she was a very patient and peaceful person She will really be missed So as a network we decided to put this event together to pay tributes and pray for the reposed of her soul he said Miss Chundung Sheku of YIAVHA described the deceased as a colossus adding that she was always available to support issues of peace and human rights She was the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of YIAVHA we are glad to say that her contributions account for the growth of our organisation Her motherly concerns love and guidance shall remain an inspiration to the organisation and she was not just a chairperson of the board in name but she was a rallying point for us she said To Hajiya Fatima Suliaman of the Women Peace and Security Network the deceased had left huge vacuum that would not be filled anytime soon She said that the late high court judge was instrumental to the establishment of the newtwork in 2014 adding that she was always available for others She created a lot of documents on peace and she had time for issues around peace building she said Mrs Grace Pam the Coordinator of National Human Rights Commission NHRC in Plateau described the deceased as a hardworking accessible intelligent and approachable personality Justice Nafisa Lawal described deceased as one who had deep passion for her job adding that her life depicted peace and service to humanity Let us draw lessons from the beautiful legacies she left for us to emulate Lawal advised Speaking on behalf Plateua Government Mr Irimiya Werr the Commissioner for Special Duties thanked PPPN for organising the event in honour of the late justice He said that the state government was saddened by the demise of justice Madaki and described it as a huge lost to the state The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Madaki 52 was elevated to the position of a High Court Judge on July 13 NewsSourceCredit NAN
    CSOs, Plateau Govt, eulogise Madaki, deceased high court judge 
     Civil Society Organisations CSOs under the aegis of Plateau Peace Practioners Network PPPN have eulogised late Justice Ladi Madaki a High Court Judge in Plateau She died on Aug 6 after her elevation to the position on July 13 The different groups reeled out eulogies at a night of tribute organised for the deceased justice on Friday in Jos Speaking at the event Mr Jacob Pwakim the Chiarman of PPPN said that the late justice was a pillar of support to all CSOs in the state Pwakim who is also the Executive Director Youth Initiative Against Violence and Human Rights Abuse YIAVHA said that the deceased had impacted positively in the lifespan of many organisations in the state particularly those promoting peace and the rights of girls and women Late Jistice Ladi Madaki was a woman with the heart of gold she had her signature in the life of most CSOs in this state She was the legal adviser of PPPN and was instrumental to the Memorandum of Understanding MoU that is guiding the operation of the network She was fearless objective and was never desperate in life she was a very patient and peaceful person She will really be missed So as a network we decided to put this event together to pay tributes and pray for the reposed of her soul he said Miss Chundung Sheku of YIAVHA described the deceased as a colossus adding that she was always available to support issues of peace and human rights She was the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of YIAVHA we are glad to say that her contributions account for the growth of our organisation Her motherly concerns love and guidance shall remain an inspiration to the organisation and she was not just a chairperson of the board in name but she was a rallying point for us she said To Hajiya Fatima Suliaman of the Women Peace and Security Network the deceased had left huge vacuum that would not be filled anytime soon She said that the late high court judge was instrumental to the establishment of the newtwork in 2014 adding that she was always available for others She created a lot of documents on peace and she had time for issues around peace building she said Mrs Grace Pam the Coordinator of National Human Rights Commission NHRC in Plateau described the deceased as a hardworking accessible intelligent and approachable personality Justice Nafisa Lawal described deceased as one who had deep passion for her job adding that her life depicted peace and service to humanity Let us draw lessons from the beautiful legacies she left for us to emulate Lawal advised Speaking on behalf Plateua Government Mr Irimiya Werr the Commissioner for Special Duties thanked PPPN for organising the event in honour of the late justice He said that the state government was saddened by the demise of justice Madaki and described it as a huge lost to the state The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Madaki 52 was elevated to the position of a High Court Judge on July 13 NewsSourceCredit NAN
    CSOs, Plateau Govt, eulogise Madaki, deceased high court judge 
    General news3 months ago

    CSOs, Plateau Govt, eulogise Madaki, deceased high court judge 

    Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) under the aegis of Plateau Peace Practioners Network (PPPN) have eulogised late Justice Ladi Madaki, a High Court Judge in Plateau.

    She died on Aug. 6 after her elevation to the position on July 13.The different groups reeled out eulogies at a night of tribute organised for the deceased justice on Friday in Jos.Speaking at the event, Mr Jacob Pwakim,  the Chiarman of PPPN,  said that the late justice was a pillar of support to all CSOs in the state.

    Pwakim, who is also the Executive Director,  Youth Initiative Against Violence and Human Rights Abuse (YIAVHA),  said that the deceased had impacted positively in the lifespan of many organisations in the state, particularly those promoting peace and the rights of girls and women.

    ”Late Jistice Ladi Madaki was a woman with the heart of gold, she had her signature in the life of most CSOs in this state.

    ”She was the legal adviser of PPPN and was instrumental to the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that is guiding the operation of the network.

    ”She was fearless, objective and was never desperate in life; she was a very patient and peaceful person.

    She will really be missed”So, as a network, we decided to put this event together to pay tributes and pray for the reposed of her soul,”he said.

    Miss Chundung Sheku of YIAVHA,  described the deceased as a ”colossus”, adding that she was always available to support issues of peace and human rights.

    ”She was the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of YIAVHA, we are glad to say that her contributions account for the growth of our organisation.

    ”Her motherly concerns, love and guidance shall remain an inspiration to the organisation and she was not just a chairperson of the board in name but she was a rallying point for us,”she saidTo Hajiya Fatima Suliaman of the Women Peace and Security Network, the deceased had left huge vacuum that would not be filled anytime soon.

    She said that the late high court judge was instrumental to the establishment of the newtwork in 2014, adding that she was always available for others.

    ”She created a lot of documents on peace and she had time for issues around peace building.

    ” she said.

    Mrs Grace Pam, the Coordinator of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in Plateau, described the deceased as a hardworking, accessible, intelligent and approachable personality.

    Justice Nafisa Lawal,  described deceased as one who had deep passion for her job, adding that her life depicted peace and service to humanity.

    ”Let us draw lessons from the beautiful legacies she left for us to emulate,” Lawal advised.

    Speaking on behalf Plateua Government, Mr Irimiya Werr, the Commissioner for Special Duties, thanked PPPN for organising the event in honour of the late justice.

    He said that the state government was saddened by the demise of justice Madaki and described it as a ”huge lost” to the state.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports  that Madaki, 52, was elevated to the position of a High Court Judge on July 13
    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

  •  Civil Society Organisations CSOs under the aegis of Plateau Peace Practioners Network PPPN have eulogised late Justice Ladi Madaki a High Court Judge in Plateau She died on Aug 6 after her elevation to the position on July 13 The different groups reeled out eulogies at a night of tribute organised for the deceased justice on Friday in Jos Speaking at the event Mr Jacob Pwakim the Chiarman of PPPN said that the late justice was a pillar of support to all CSOs in the state Pwakim who is also the Executive Director Youth Initiative Against Violence and Human Rights Abuse YIAVHA said that the deceased had impacted positively in the lifespan of many organisations in the state particularly those promoting peace and the rights of girls and women Late Jistice Ladi Madaki was a woman with the heart of gold she had her signature in the life of most CSOs in this state She was the legal adviser of PPPN and was instrumental to the Memorandum of Understanding MoU that is guiding the operation of the network She was fearless objective and was never desperate in life she was a very patient and peaceful person She will really be missed So as a network we decided to put this event together to pay tributes and pray for the reposed of her soul he said Miss Chundung Sheku of YIAVHA described the deceased as a colossus adding that she was always available to support issues of peace and human rights She was the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of YIAVHA we are glad to say that her contributions account for the growth of our organisation Her motherly concerns love and guidance shall remain an inspiration to the organisation and she was not just a chairperson of the board in name but she was a rallying point for us she said To Hajiya Fatima Suliaman of the Women Peace and Security Network the deceased had left huge vacuum that would not be filled anytime soon She said that the late high court judge was instrumental to the establishment of the newtwork in 2014 adding that she was always available for others She created a lot of documents on peace and she had time for issues around peace building she said Mrs Grace Pam the Coordinator of National Human Rights Commission NHRC in Plateau described the deceased as a hardworking accessible intelligent and approachable personality Justice Nafisa Lawal described deceased as one who had deep passion for her job adding that her life depicted peace and service to humanity Let us draw lessons from the beautiful legacies she left for us to emulate Lawal advised Speaking on behalf Plateua Government Mr Irimiya Werr the Commissioner for Special Duties thanked PPPN for organising the event in honour of the late justice He said that the state government was saddened by the demise of justice Madaki and described it as a huge lost to the state The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Madaki 52 was elevated to the position of a High Court Judge on July 13 NewsSourceCredit NAN
    CSOs, Plateau Govt, eulogise Madaki, deceased high court judge 
     Civil Society Organisations CSOs under the aegis of Plateau Peace Practioners Network PPPN have eulogised late Justice Ladi Madaki a High Court Judge in Plateau She died on Aug 6 after her elevation to the position on July 13 The different groups reeled out eulogies at a night of tribute organised for the deceased justice on Friday in Jos Speaking at the event Mr Jacob Pwakim the Chiarman of PPPN said that the late justice was a pillar of support to all CSOs in the state Pwakim who is also the Executive Director Youth Initiative Against Violence and Human Rights Abuse YIAVHA said that the deceased had impacted positively in the lifespan of many organisations in the state particularly those promoting peace and the rights of girls and women Late Jistice Ladi Madaki was a woman with the heart of gold she had her signature in the life of most CSOs in this state She was the legal adviser of PPPN and was instrumental to the Memorandum of Understanding MoU that is guiding the operation of the network She was fearless objective and was never desperate in life she was a very patient and peaceful person She will really be missed So as a network we decided to put this event together to pay tributes and pray for the reposed of her soul he said Miss Chundung Sheku of YIAVHA described the deceased as a colossus adding that she was always available to support issues of peace and human rights She was the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of YIAVHA we are glad to say that her contributions account for the growth of our organisation Her motherly concerns love and guidance shall remain an inspiration to the organisation and she was not just a chairperson of the board in name but she was a rallying point for us she said To Hajiya Fatima Suliaman of the Women Peace and Security Network the deceased had left huge vacuum that would not be filled anytime soon She said that the late high court judge was instrumental to the establishment of the newtwork in 2014 adding that she was always available for others She created a lot of documents on peace and she had time for issues around peace building she said Mrs Grace Pam the Coordinator of National Human Rights Commission NHRC in Plateau described the deceased as a hardworking accessible intelligent and approachable personality Justice Nafisa Lawal described deceased as one who had deep passion for her job adding that her life depicted peace and service to humanity Let us draw lessons from the beautiful legacies she left for us to emulate Lawal advised Speaking on behalf Plateua Government Mr Irimiya Werr the Commissioner for Special Duties thanked PPPN for organising the event in honour of the late justice He said that the state government was saddened by the demise of justice Madaki and described it as a huge lost to the state The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Madaki 52 was elevated to the position of a High Court Judge on July 13 NewsSourceCredit NAN
    CSOs, Plateau Govt, eulogise Madaki, deceased high court judge 
    General news3 months ago

    CSOs, Plateau Govt, eulogise Madaki, deceased high court judge 

    Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) under the aegis of Plateau Peace Practioners Network (PPPN) have eulogised late Justice Ladi Madaki, a High Court Judge in Plateau.

    She died on Aug. 6 after her elevation to the position on July 13.The different groups reeled out eulogies at a night of tribute organised for the deceased justice on Friday in Jos.Speaking at the event, Mr Jacob Pwakim,  the Chiarman of PPPN,  said that the late justice was a pillar of support to all CSOs in the state.

    Pwakim, who is also the Executive Director,  Youth Initiative Against Violence and Human Rights Abuse (YIAVHA),  said that the deceased had impacted positively in the lifespan of many organisations in the state, particularly those promoting peace and the rights of girls and women.

    ”Late Jistice Ladi Madaki was a woman with the heart of gold, she had her signature in the life of most CSOs in this state.

    ”She was the legal adviser of PPPN and was instrumental to the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that is guiding the operation of the network.

    ”She was fearless, objective and was never desperate in life; she was a very patient and peaceful person.

    She will really be missed”So, as a network, we decided to put this event together to pay tributes and pray for the reposed of her soul,”he said.

    Miss Chundung Sheku of YIAVHA,  described the deceased as a ”colossus”, adding that she was always available to support issues of peace and human rights.

    ”She was the Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of YIAVHA, we are glad to say that her contributions account for the growth of our organisation.

    ”Her motherly concerns, love and guidance shall remain an inspiration to the organisation and she was not just a chairperson of the board in name but she was a rallying point for us,”she saidTo Hajiya Fatima Suliaman of the Women Peace and Security Network, the deceased had left huge vacuum that would not be filled anytime soon.

    She said that the late high court judge was instrumental to the establishment of the newtwork in 2014, adding that she was always available for others.

    ”She created a lot of documents on peace and she had time for issues around peace building.

    ” she said.

    Mrs Grace Pam, the Coordinator of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in Plateau, described the deceased as a hardworking, accessible, intelligent and approachable personality.

    Justice Nafisa Lawal,  described deceased as one who had deep passion for her job, adding that her life depicted peace and service to humanity.

    ”Let us draw lessons from the beautiful legacies she left for us to emulate,” Lawal advised.

    Speaking on behalf Plateua Government, Mr Irimiya Werr, the Commissioner for Special Duties, thanked PPPN for organising the event in honour of the late justice.

    He said that the state government was saddened by the demise of justice Madaki and described it as a ”huge lost” to the state.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports  that Madaki, 52, was elevated to the position of a High Court Judge on July 13
    NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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