The Plateau First Media (PFM) team has endorsed Chief Kefas “Kefiano” Ropshik’s gubernatorial bid. “He has written his name in gold when it comes to humanitarian intervention and impacting the lives of the people in diverse ways,” the group said.
As party primaries draw closer ahead of the 2023 gubernatorial elections, aspirants from different political parties in Plateau state have continued to present their track records and manifestoes to electorates. Kefiano is a frontline PDP Governorship aspirant and a seasoned entrepreneur have continued to get the goodwill of the people.
The media group believes that Kefiano will put “Plateau First” with his intent to leverage holistic empowerment and critical infrastructural development. PFM said, “he is also ready and willing to provide quality leadership which will enhance the prosperity of the State.”
Throughout his campaign, Kefiano has always frowned at the abysmal economic performance of the State which has made the State be referred to as a “Civil Servants State” instead of being one of the economic hubs of the Nation considering its huge potential in agriculture, tourism, mineral resources.
The philanthropist has previously paid for comprehensive surgeries of over 3,900 persons, settled the bill of over 230 successful surgeries for glaucoma patients, paid the medical bills of more than 5,000 persons who suffered from various illnesses, organized a feeding program for over 2,000 widows and less privileged, facilitated amnesty for 127 Prisoners in Jos and Abuja Custodial Centres during his direct prisons’ outreaches, rented a home for the less privileged in Jos and environs.
He has also adopted 15 Children in his orphanage home in Jos, where he solely provides shelter, feeding, clothing, medical and education need for them.
The aforementioned constitutes over 50,000 lives he has impacted in the past 13 years. Including, 150 staff who are employees at his company and 30 Plateau youths he has enabled to secure job positions in the Federal Civil Service.
Quoting from Proverbs 19:17, PMF said that “whoever is generous to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will repay him for his deed.”