The National Union of Berom Students (NUBES) Plateau State University PLASU chapter has conferred an Excellence Award on the Former Commissioner of Finance in Plateau State Hon. Davou Mang as “KAK NEI BEROM”.
The“KAK NEI BEROM” Which is translated in English means a great supporter and Pillar of all NUBES award bestowed on Hon. Mang in recognition of his support to Berom Students and his selfless services in educational development of Berom Nation worldwide.
The award presentation took place During the 2017 Cultural Day of the NUBES of PLASU held at the School Auditorium.
President of NUBES PLASU Jugu Timothy while presenting the Award to Hon. Davou Mang, Represented by his Director General of Campaigns Hon. Sam Godongs said the award is in honour of the leadership role played by the former commissioner and his services rendered which has led to the Unity of Berom students under his fatherly guidance as the DALO of NUBES.
He said,”We as Berom Students are grateful to God and happy to have someone like Da Davou Mang for given us fatherly guidance and we advise all Berom stakeholders Nationally to emulate the role played by Da Mang towards building the capacity of Berom students and he doesn’t sleep when NUBES has problem and he single handedly sponsor the NUBES Golden Jubilee which saw the launching of the History of NUBES in Nigeria”.
Timothy prayed for God to gives Hon. Mang longlife to continue mentoring the Berom Youths for leadership Role.
Hon.Godongs who received the award on behalf of Mang appreciated the Berom Students for recognising his contributions over the years to the development of education in Berom Land.
He assured NUBES to continue given his support toward the development of education in the state and advise the students to focus on their studies in other to excelled in the future.
Our correspondent gather that the Former commissioner of finance who served during Senator Jonah Jang administration has been making fruitful consultations to Represent Barkin Ladi/Riyom Federal Constituency in the National Assembly come, 2019 based on the rotational agreement between the two Local governments to served for only four years each as been the tradition.
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