Sen. Gyang commiserates with NCPC boss over mother’s death
By Peter Usman://
Senator representing Plateau North Senatorial District at the National Assembly,
Istifanus Gyang was among the high profile Nigerians, who have been paying condolence visit to the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Christian Pilgrim Commission, Rev Dr Yakubu Pam since the demise of his mother, late Ngo Zimi Pam, who passed on to glory on 15th January, 2022 in Jos .
Sen. Gyang said he was at the residence of the NCPC boss on a condolence visit over the loss of his mother on behalf of the good people of Jos North Senatorial District.
He explained that the visit was to convey his heartfelt condolences and the entire people of
Plateau North Senatorial District for the loss of their dear mother whom he said was a mother for all.
The Lawmaker posited that a special place has been reserved for women by God as
he also thanked God for using the late mother to raise a man of his calibre.
He commended the NCPC boss for the good work he is doing for the nation and prayed that God would grant him special grace to do more for the nation.
Sen. Gyang further averred that the legacy of late Ngo Zimi Pam would live on and should be emulated by the family and others.
He prayed that God would grant the soul of late Ngo Zimi Pam eternal rest.
Responding, the NCPC boss said he was deeply happy for the visit of the Distinguished Senator Gyang.
He stated that the lawmaker had displayed leadership at the Plateau North
Senatorial District. He further appreciated his leadership style and prayed that God would bless him.
Rev. Pam averred that his late mother had gone having completed her own assignment on earth, stressing that her mother was a devoted Christian and a very disciplined woman. He added,” she was a virtuous woman, our mentor and our teacher”.
He said he would remain eternally grateful to her for bringing
him up in the ways of the Lord.
He affirmed that her late mother would be resting in the Lord and had left for them lessons that would make them live a fulfilled life.
The NCPC helmsman thanked the Senator for his effort to come to the house to commiserate with the family.