The Plateau Government has rolled out activities to commemorate the 2020 Democracy Day.
Mr Dan Majang, the State Commissioner of Information and Communication, announced this in a statement on Friday in Jos.
According to Majang, the activities would also include the celebration of Gov. Simon Lalong’s five years in office.
“On May 29, 2015, Mr Simon Lalong was sworn in as the Executive Governor of Plateau.
“It is in this light, therefore, that a programme of events has been lined up to commemorate the twin events
“Friday June 5, a controlled special Muslim Prayers was held at the Jos Central Mosque, while special Golf Kitty will hold on June 6 at the Lamingo Golf Club, Jos.
“On Sunday, June 7, there shall be a controlled Christian prayer at the Government House Chapel, Jos, while on June 8 and 9, a Radio and Television programmes on government policies and programmes will be aired on various platforms.
“From June 9 to 11, there will be an inspection of projects across the three senatorial zones of the state by governor,’’ Majang said.
The commissioner said the activities would be climaxed on June 12, with a state broadcast and conversation with the governor via Webinar, an online discussion and interaction with speakers both at home and in the diaspora.