In a move to bolster its communications team and enhance public engagement, the Executive Governor of Plateau State, Barr. Caleb Manasseh Mutfwang, has announced the appointment of Bere Gyang Musa as the Director of Press and Public Affairs (DOPA). The appointment of Bere, who previously served as the Special Assistant (Media) to the Executive Governor and Chairman of the Correspondents’ Chapel, Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) Plateau State Council, has been met with widespread approval.
Effective immediately, Bere Gyang Musa assumes the role of Director of Press and Public Affairs (DOPA), where he will lead the government’s communications efforts and spearhead engagement with the public. This appointment comes as part of Governor Mutfwang’s commitment to strengthening the state’s communication machinery and ensuring effective dissemination of information.
Bere Gyang Musa brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his new role, having served as the Special Assistant (Media) to the Executive Governor. He has been actively involved in shaping the government’s media strategies and has played a vital role in fostering positive relationships with journalists and media organizations in Plateau State.
The decision to elevate Bere Gyang Musa to the position of Director of Press and Public Affairs reflects the governor’s confidence in his capabilities and commitment to public service. Bere’s vast knowledge of media operations and his understanding of the intricacies of government affairs make him well-suited to navigate the challenges of the role.
Expressing his delight at the appointment, Bere Gyang Musa stated, “I am deeply honored and privileged to be appointed as the Director of Press and Public Affairs. I am committed to upholding the principles of transparency, accountability, and effective communication in serving the people of Plateau State.”
The Secretary to the Government of the State (SGS), Arc. Samuel N. Jatau, MNIA, conveyed the governor’s approval of the appointment. The swift action taken by Governor Mutfwang in appointing Bere Gyang Musa underscores the importance placed on robust communication and effective public engagement in driving the state’s developmental agenda.
Bere Gyang Musa’s appointment as the Director of Press and Public Affairs is expected to further strengthen the government’s relationship with the media and enhance the flow of accurate and timely information to the people of Plateau State.