Ngas people in FCT urged to be united

Daily Trust - - CITY NEWS - By Ben Atonko

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.

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