The former National President of the Mbamnga Cultural Development Association (MCDA), Rev. Eric Juyoh, has expressed his admiration for Governor Agbu Kefas’s administration, highlighting the positive changes witnessed in Taraba state within eight months.
Governor Kefas’s declaration of free education in primary and secondary schools received acclaim from Rev Juyoh, who emphasized the tangible impact on families, providing much-needed relief.
Speaking in Jalingo on Wednesday, the clergy and former MCDA president underscored the administration’s achievements, citing unity, peace, stability, and prosperity as notable outcomes.
“Under Governor Kefas, the people of the state now enjoy free education, stable power supply, and prompt payment of workers’ salaries,” stated Rev Juyoh, emphasizing the transformative strides made within a short period.
Expressing gratitude for the governor’s leadership, Rev Juyoh acknowledged the unprecedented joy brought to the people since Governor Kefas assumed office.
He reflected on his six-year tenure as the national president, recounting the challenges faced by the community and the positive impact of the governor’s initiatives.
Notably, Rev Juyoh highlighted the philanthropic efforts of Secretary to the State Government, Barrister Gebon Kataps, and former Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Able Diah, in extending support to the people of the Mambilla Plateau.
He revealed that prior administrations had not adequately reached out to the community until Governor Kefas took charge.
Commending the two leaders for their humanitarian services, including employment facilitation for youths, scholarships, and infrastructure development, Rev Juyoh urged Tarabans to unite in supporting Governor Kefas.
He emphasized the governor’s ability to bring people together, transcending religious, political, and tribal differences, and expressed delight at the appointment of the community’s first district head under the current administration.
Rev Juyoh called on all Tarabans to set aside sentiments and rally behind the governor, believing that collective support would enable Governor Kefas to deliver more dividends of democracy to the state.