The Legacy Group, Greater Together Network, a brainchild of Late Sen. GNS Pwajok has held a strategic meeting with PDP Governorship Aspirants in Plateau State with the desire to unite them for victory in forthcoming elections.

The group at the meeting appreciated the efforts put in place by the PDP Plateau State Executives under the leadership of Hon. D. T. Sango, believing his capacity is capable of leading the party to victory.

The Greater Together Network at the end of the meeting condemned in strong terms the worsening insecurity in Plateau State and across the Nation which has led to loss of lives and property

The group commended the efforts of the Federal government in the fight against corruption but observed that it should be inclusive.

It frowned at the inability of Plateau State Independent Electoral Commission to conduct Local Government Elections in the State to get elected representatives at the third tier of government.

The Greater Together Network Council commended the passage of the Not To Young To Run Bill into Law, a Bill sponsored by a PDP Member, Rep. Tony Nwulu.

It also raised alarm on the number of uncollected Permanent Voters’ Cards and admonished stakeholders to drive campaign to sensitize the public on the need to get their processed PVCs.

The group's views were contained in a Communique signed by its Chairman, Hon. Sunday Niagwan and Secretary, Hon. Pam Gyang which was made available to Viewpoint Nigeria as shown below:


After deliberations bordering on strengthening the Greater Together Network, the Peoples Democratic Party and the state of the nation, the following resolutions were arrived at:

1. Council appreciates the untiring and selfless efforts of the D. T Sango led PDP Exco in Plateau State and believes in its capacity to lead the party to victory in the 2019 general elections.

2. Council condemns in strong terms the worsening security situation in Plateau State and the Nation at large; the silence of the Lalong led government and the seeming complicity of the APC led Federal government over the incessant killings of innocent Nigerians.

3. Council commends and appreciates governments efforts at fighting corruption but fawns at the consistent disregard for the rule of law and our constitution by law enforcement agencies. On this not we condemn the illegal detention and violation of the fundamental rights of Distinguish Senator Jonah David Jang.

4. Council notes with deep concern the truncating of the Democratic process at the Local Government level in Plateau State by the APC led government and calls for the immediate conduct of local government elections in the state.

5. Council commends the passage of the Not To Young To Run Bill into law and commends Hon. Tony Nwulu, the sponsor of the Bill, who is a member of the PDP. Council proudly notes that the Act is a reflection of the ideals of the Greater Together Network and urges the PDP at all levels to provide incentives to the young and people living with disabilities to enable them seek elective offices.

6. Council is alarmed at the high number of unclaimed Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) in the Plateau State and charges stakeholders to rise up to the challenge and embark on mass sensitization of citizens in order to remedy the sad situation.

7. Council resolved that the Greater Together Network Congress meeting will hold on the 11th of July, 2018.


Hon. Sunday Niagwan

Hon. Pam Gyang