It is sad and heart-broken that on this day, we mourn the tragic exit of a father whose life was characterised by uncommon wisdom, knowledge and humility.
Nda Wesley Mulak (III) who held sway as the Long Mhiship and acting president of Pankshin and Kanke joint traditional council before his demise was a king who did things differently especially in the context of mobilization for peace and development within communities. He taught us to love and embrace our neighbours for the sake of God. He never showed discriminatory tendencies on the basis of one’s religious or ethnic persuasion. His purpose was to use his throne to better the lives of his people and I can proudly affirm that he achieved results in his about 44 years as a King.
Alas, death came and took him away from us but God knows why. What we do know is that, he humbled himself and carried out the tasks before him with wisdom, resourcefulness and responsibility. We will definitely ensure his legacies are not lost in history. We will use them as references for future developments. As we journey through life and equally prepare for a life hereafter, may we be at peace with God when our time on earth is up.
My sincere condolences to the Mhiship Nation, Pankshin and Kanke joint traditional council and Plateau State at large. May his soul rest in peace with the Lord.
Prof. Dakas C.J. Dakas
Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN)