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Plateau governor launches e-governance platform for transparency, accountability

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Plateau State Governor, Caleb Mutfwang, has unveiled the Plateau State e-Governance Platform, aimed at fostering transparent, efficient, and accountable governance.

In a message by his Director of Press and Public Affairs (DOPPA), Gang Bere made available to Journalists in Jos, Governor Mutfwang emphasized its role in promoting citizen-government interaction, courtesy of a donation from Hephzibah Integrated Technologies Ltd.

“The platform allows citizens to provide feedback, request services, and engage with government agencies, thereby contributing to the administration’s effectiveness.”

Governor Mutfwang encouraged the public to utilize the platform to engage meaningfully with the government and to offer information, opinions on policies, and inquiries on service offerings from MDAs while receiving timely feedback.

Enumerating the benefits of the platform, the governor highlighted increased efficiency, convenience, transparency, accountability, improved communication, engagement, and cost-saving for Plateau citizens.

Operated under the Plateau State Information and Communication Technology Development Agency (PICTDA), led by its Director General, Datong Dominic Gwamnan, the platform is a critical tool for enhancing efficiency, transparency, and accessibility to government services.