The EXCO of Berom Educational and Cultural Organisation (BECO) played host to one of Plateau state finest philanthropist, entrepreneur, football administrator and politician Amb Chris Giwa.

Accompanied by his campaign team as well as supporters.
Explaining the reason for the visit, Giwa told his host that he is at the secretariat to pay homage and also to inform the EXCO about his ambition to contest the Plateau North Senatorial seat under the umbrella of the All Progressive Congress (APC). He apologized for not informing BECO before now.
Giwa said it’s important he seek the blessings of his socio-cultural organization, he promised to continue to impact lives positively which has been his calling.

Also speaking are his campaign team members who all described Amb Giwa as one outstanding fellow among peers. They ascribed praises and encomiums on the growing politician. One of the speakers said Giwa had been contesting election all the while, he said this is the time to consider him. They all solicited for support for their principal.

In their separate remarks, BECO’ Vice President Da Yusuf Vwosdung, the Secretary General Da Chollom Gyang and the Treasurer Mrs Rose David all described Amb Chris Giwa as a humble philanthropist who has touched the lives of many on the plateau especially widows and the less privileged. They all wished him well in the race.

In his own remark, the BECO President worldwide,  Da Gyang Dudu Dalyop described Giwa as silent achiever, who though holding any political office has achieved a lot to the admiration of his suitors. Da Gyang Dudu Dalyop said Giwa is a household name as far as Plateau state is concerned.

The President encouraged Amb Chris Giwa to be courageous in the course of the politicking. He frown at how some politicians has little or no respect to the Berom apex socio-cultural organization. He described his role being focal and close to the people, as such politicians should understand the importance of the office.  Da Gyang Dudu Dalyop said only few politicians have visited the secretariat to register their presence or to get first hand information about activities in the land.
He blessed Giwa and wish him well in his sojourn.