The Plateau State Government has expressed delight at the recent award given to a female graduate of its university for the Best African Documentary film in 2018.

Miss Dorcas Bwetisun Bello was last weekend
picked by the African International Festival Foundation for the  best entry in this year's contest which centered around Polio disease and the need to stop its spread in Africa.

The Plateau state commissioner for Information, Yakubu  Dati in a telephone chat with MKB expressed government's excitement and readiness to support local talents for the socioeconomic advancement of the State.

Bello's production according to judges at the event's grand finale which held in Abuja, weekend had human angle story revolving a central character, thus placing her top among her contemporaries.

The Viewer TV on air personality in the West African State's capital, Abuja told MKB that the award has given her the push to strive for the Kolmour Doumour awards.

With the continental trophy however, the Bokkos native in the Central Nigerian Plateau State is expected to represent the continent in the 2019 International Documentary Awards in the United States.