By Pam Musa

President Muhammadu Buhari will on Thursday unveil the 'Peace Roadmap' designed by the Plateau State Peace Building Agency in Jos.

President Buhari is expected to  unveil the document at a town hall meeting during his working visit to the state.

Director General of the Peace Building Agency Mr Joseph Lengman says the Roadmap to Peace to be unveiled by the President is a document that has a strategic plan of action for the next five years that was developed through the benchmarking exercise that brought together a wide ranged of stakeholders, civil societies organizations, Security expert and agencies including Non governmental organizations NGO, international donor agencies, international nongovernmental organizations, the academia and the Media.

He said, "What we did through all this process was to identify the gaps in the post conflict peace Building process on the Plateau and the idea was to see actually how to developed and designed a framework for engaging issues of conflict and ways  resolving them toward promoting a peaceful society in Plateau State".

According to him the creation of the Plateau State Peace Building Agency which is first of it kind in the country has also set the pace for states such as Kaduna state to also established an agency called Kaduna state Peace Commission.

"The Plateau State Peace Building Agency and the Government has gone way ahead now to developed a plan of action on how to pro actively engage issues of conflict and to innovatively transformed them as the demonstration of its commitment to delivering the promise of Peace and security to the vast majority of its citizens".

The establishment of the Peace agency has also underlined the seriousness with which the Lalong government is taking the issue of peace toward building confidence among the ethnic nationalities living on the Plateau and rekindled hope on the possibility of having a peaceful state built on the foundation of equity and social justice and brought out the best in these citizens.

It would be recalled that the Commissioner of information and Communication in the State  Hon. Yakubu Dati had on Friday while briefing Journalists said the President is expected during the visit commission some of the laudable projects of Governor Simon Lalong in the State.

He said the President will during the Visit inspect and commission some completed projects including the Mararaban Jama'a express road, the lowcost/ Rukuba road network, the secretariat flyover and the Unguwar Rogo road network amongst others.

“Our President is expected to commission some road projects, like the Mararaba Jama-British American road, the Kalong Road in Shendam, the Low-cost Rantya, Tudun Wada Road, the Panyam Fish Farm and other projects in the state.

Dati added that Governor Lalong in the last three years has done a lot to develop Plateau state and so far many road projects he inherited have been completed, more projects are ongoing in almost all the local government Councils in the state.

The President  will also visit the Gbong Gwom of  Jos, and President of the Plateau State Traditional Council of chiefs and Emirs in the State His Majesty Da Jacob Gyang Buba.

The commissioner disclose that the Lalong-led administration has brought sanity and direction to governance in the state.