Recent events in Plateau state have raised concerns about the level of civility and political decency as billboards belonging to Hon. Dachung Musa Bagos, a respected former Member of the National Assembly, were ruthlessly pulled down. This act, seen as a display of incivility and political rascality, highlights the challenges faced by politicians in maintaining decorum in the pursuit of their interests.
A group known as the Ancestors made the call stating that despite being a figure loved not only within his constituency but across Plateau and Nigeria, Hon. Dachung Bagos has faced adversity following his removal from the National Assembly. Allegedly orchestrated by self-centered individuals, this move has not deterred Bagos from his commitment to serving the people. His billboards, strategically placed to inspire trust in God during challenging times, have become targets of destruction.
While the removal of these billboards is condemned, it is emphasized that such actions cannot diminish the widespread support for the People’s Member. The perpetrators are portrayed as enemies of Plateau and its peace, reflecting poorly on the political landscape.
Although the act may symbolize a setback, it is asserted that for every billboard taken down, many more will emerge. The collective success of Plateau is deemed paramount, transcending individual interests that seek to undermine it.
Amidst the display of incivility and ignorance, Hon. Dachung Bagos remains focused on changing the narrative and promoting a positive agenda. The message concludes with a steadfast declaration, “Indeed, in God we trust.”