PEOPLES Democratic Party (PDP) in Plateau has said it has put its faith in God and the courts over the dissolution of the local government councils by Governor Simon Lalong.
Governor Lalong had on July 6 government areas of the state in spite of a court order r estraining him.
The House of Assembly has approved the governor’s request to constitute transition committees for the councils who had already been sworn in.
Mr Peter Shepsuk, Public Relation Officer (PRO) of the PDP told newsmen in an interview in Jos that the party  unilaterally sacked the elected chairmen and councilors of the 17 local was committed to persuading the APC-led government to respect tenets of democracy.
“As a party, we have tried to persuade Governor Lalong to see reasons to respect democratic norms and the court injunction but to no avail. We have decided to put our faith in God and the courts to help resolve the impasse between us and Lalong over the sacking of the duly elected council chairmen,” he said.
Shepsuk expressed the hope that President Mahammadu Buhari would intervene and save the face of the APC led administration, which he said had promised change to the Nigerian populace.
According to him, what really surprised the party most was the entertainment and approval of the governor’s communication for the constitution of transition committees for the 17 local government areas by the State House of Assembly.
The image maker said that the party had prevailed on its members especially the sacked council chairmen and their supporters to remain calm and not to take the law into their hands.
He expressed confidence of the party’s victory in court.

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