Mwaghavul Nation organizes thanksgiving for Prof. Tyoden

The Plateau State Governor Simon Lalong has solicited for prayers from clergymen to enable the government to meet the challenges that lies ahead, Lalong made the appeal during the thanksgiving service for his deputy Prof Sunny Tyoden at COCIN Central in Mangu LGA, the occasion was attended by political associates, party stalwarts, family members and friends.

Represented by the Chief of Staff Government House, John Dafwan,  Lalong urge the clergies  to provide the government with good advise to enable it succeed. Lalong said the challenges before the new administration are enormous and express optimism that with their prayers and support we can overcome it all. He specifically thank the Mwaghavul Nation for organizing a befitting thanksgiving service for the Deputy Governor, Prof. Sunny Tyoden describing him as the man of uncommon humility. On his part the State Deputy Governor Prof Sunny Tyoden appreciated God for where he has found himself adding that it is the work of God, Prof Tyoden who was also the chairman of transition committee set up by the state government said the state debt profile has risen to N104 Billion and solicited for prayers and support from the people of the state to enable the government succeed saying it is time to build the plateau of our dream. There were good will messages from the Senator representing Plateau Central Sen. Joshua Dariye, Mwaghavul Development Association MDA and the Mwaghavul Ministers Forum. High point of the occasion was a special prayers offered to God for the Deputy Governor’s family.



  1. Pls we Mwaghavul diaspora residing in Abuja need more updates from u guys especially on Mangu Devt.,Plateau newly Commissioners & Mwaghavul Nations wide.Have a nice day

  2. Mwaghavul Complete Holy Bible project should be enhanced and made available for our children of the 21st Century.

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