He described late Pwajok as a true Nigerian who work assiduously for the development of the state both local and international.
He said the late PDP candidate established himself as one of the key stakeholders in the struggle for plateau project.
His Majesty the Gbong Gwom Jos ,Da Jacob Gyang Buba has challenged the youth to emulate the indelible marks and legacies of Late Sen. GNS Pwajok
He thanked God Almighty for the life and time of Senator Gyang Nyam Pwajok and as human beings would have wished he lived longer to actualize his potentials for the betterment of humanity.
Buba described him as a true illustrious son of the Berom nation, Plateau state and Nigeria whose contributions will remain fresh in the minds of many citizens.
Governor Simon Bako Lalong said the sting of death is no doubt painful when a state is robbed of the vital contribution of a person who has within the duration of his service to the state and nation.
“We shall no doubt be comforted by the fact that there is resurrection morning when we shall be united with the distinguished senator once again, at the feet of the master”.
The late Gyang Nyam Shom Pwajok has goes home and was buried in his family compound at Rayfield ,Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau state
Born on the 15th March, 1966 in Jos Plateau attended Jos township primary school between 1972 -1977 then proceeded to St Murumba college, Jos from 1977-1982 ,the school of preliminary studies
Plateau people paid their, Keffi, 1982-1984 and Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria 1984_1987 and bagged Master of Science degree in political economy and development Studies.
Left behind are the wife Mrs Bridget Gyang Pwajok and a daughter Miss Matilda Simi Pwajok who paid him the last respect.
The People Democratic Party National Ag. Chairman of PDP. Prince Uche Secondus urged the family to bear the loss of a rare gem who have contributed positively the success of the Party in the state.
Senator. Jonah David Jang said,” we deep in anguish and wonder why fate is so cruel to us but God is never cruel us yes, His ways are sometimes strange unfathomable to us.
Jang Plateau people mourn Pwajok and described his death as a monumental loss especially to the youth whom he loved so much.