Ex COCIN President, Rev. Prof. Pandang Yamsat has sought the partnership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Plateau State for his foundation, Center for Values and Attitudinal Reawakening (CVAR).

While on a courtesy call to the leadership of the party yesterday at the state secretariat.

The CVAR boss informed the party of the forthcoming conference for Christian politicians in plateau state being organised by his NGO.

A statement by the state party's publicity secretary, Joseph Akans says the retired cleric was emphatic that the desire to  truly change the state and nation as a whole without paying attention to godly values is a mirage.

"For it is character that drives a person or nation to greater heights.

"Nigeria is no way near being a developed nation despite years of much talk about development by successive government and despite our numerous resources,  human and natural,  because we have been trying to do so without recourse to godly values," the statement quotes Yamsat as saying.

The ex COCIN President who has been widely criticised for his views on 2019 that were perceived to be a campaign for the present governor was happy for "the transformation and return of peace in the party," the statement says.

Prof. Yamsat the statement says prayed for God to use the party's exco under the leadership of Hon Damishi Sango  to select a candidate  that will transform plateau state in  the forthcoming election,  based on his or her ethical values,  performance and credibility.

"Even if it means going down to the grassroots to look for David that will serve the people, let God's well be done oh Lord," the statement quotes the theologian as saying in a prayer.

The state chairman of the party, Hon D T Sango according to the statement used the opportunity to inform the spiritual leader that in the past, the PDP has learned from its past mistakes.