Gov. Mutfwang advises patience on appellate court rulings.

Gov. Mutfwang advises patience on appellate court rulings.
Governor Caleb Mutfwang of the state urged the populace to maintain composure and peace at all times in the wake of a demonstration by some young people against recent rulings by the Court of Appeal that dismissed several National Assembly members from the Plateau.

The governor made the request in a statement released on Wednesday in Jos by Mr. Gyang Bere, his Director of Press and Public Affairs (DOPPA).

According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), a diverse group of young people in the state organized a nonviolent demonstration on Wednesday in opposition to recent rulings by the appeal court that removed several state-based National Assembly members.

The students believed that the action would salvage the nation's declining reputation of the judiciary and explicitly called on the National Judicial Council (NJC) to review the rulings.

The governor, while acknowledging law-abiding people' rights to peaceful assembly, urged state residents to refrain from taking any action that would end the relative calm that the state is currently experiencing.

"I want to urge all Plateau inhabitants to maintain their composure despite their emotions on the recent rulings from the court of appeals.

"I implore the people of our beloved state to refrain from taking any actions that could jeopardize the relative calm we currently enjoy.

He pleaded, "Let's not let the disillusionment turn into a breakdown of law and order."

The governor urged the populace to be upbeat in the face of current difficulties and gave assurances that justice would ultimately triumph. He also demonstrated his steadfast faith in the courts.

Mutfwang encouraged the security agents to treat peaceful protestors with courtesy after praising them for their important role in maintaining the Plateau's peace.

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