Ngas people in FCT urged to be united
Ngas People have been asked to share love with one another and remain united as people with common ancestry.
This call was made last Sunday by a deputy director with Abuja Geographic Information Systems (AGIS), Mr Fitka Bilshakka during thanksgiving service in the Dominion Chapel International Church, Kubwa, Abuja. Bilshakka thanked God for guarding his family and granting him many years on earth.
The ceremony attracted many Ngas people. Ngas are predominantly in Pankshin and Kanke local government areas of plateau State.
Among Ngas people who travelled to Abuja for this event were the Chief Whip of the Plateau State House of Assembly, Timothy Golu; the Ngolong Ngas, Nde Joshua Dimlong; local government chairmen and other dignitaries.
Bilshakka who bears the title Rhin Ngas Abuja (Chief of Ngas People in Abuja) together with his family knelt on the altar of the Dominion Chapel International Church in thanksgiving and supplication.