We did not petition federal Provost of Medical Lab – Plateau Group


A group under the aegis of concerned Plateau Youth has denied they petitioned the Provost of Federal School of Medical Laboratory, Dr. Sunday Etukudoh, over alleged lopsided appointment.


The group said the purported petition using their name is mischievous aimed at giving credence to the allegation.

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Spokesman of the group, Comrade Mathew Habila in a statement sent to our correspondent in Jos on Monday, alerted the National Assembly and members of the Public to be aware of such antics that want to smear the image of the school and cause disharmony between the Institution and Plateau State citizens.

The Statement lamented that the mischief is creating unnecessary hatred between the indigene and non-indigenes and is gradually drawing the state backward.

In a letter to the Speaker of the house of representative, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila, the group said: “we want to state it here clearly, that the group of people that wrote the petition were totally misled and misinformed to raise such weighty allegations on the personality of the Provost who is working round the clock to lift the institution to a higher height”.

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