born in Wussasa, Zaria, on March 12th, 1965. From 1973 to 1977, he attended Boys’ LEA Primary School Ampang-West in the Mangu LGA.
Gindiri graduated from secondary school in 1982. Before pursuing his schooling at the School of Preliminary Studies, Keffi from 1983 to 1984, he worked for a short time at the former Federal Office of Statistics and the now-defunct Nigerian Bank for Commerce of Industry (NBCI).
Between 1984 until 1988, he attended the University of Jos, and in 1988, he earned his law degree from the Nigerian Law School. On December 14, 1989, he was admitted to the Nigerian Bar as a Solicitor and Advocate of the Supreme Court.
served in Kaduna State as part of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program, where he was chosen by his peers to lead the Nigerian Christian Corpers’ Fellowship.
From 1990 until 1995, I worked as a private and active attorney for the Kaduna-based law company BYOMA, ICHABA & CO (FIDELITY CHAMBERS). founded Caleb Mutfwang & Co., a law company that was authorized by the Corporate Affairs Commission on March 21st, 1996.
Between 2002 and 2004, I served as Peugeot Automobile Nigeria Limited, Kaduna’s Deputy General Manager for Legal & Secretarial Services. From 2003 to 2004, acting company secretary. Member of a number of professional organizations, including the International Bar Association, the Christian Lawyers’ Fellowship of Nigeria, the Christian Legal Society of America, and the Nigerian Institute of Management. The Nigerian Bar Association, in particular, the Section on Business Law.
He is also a graduate of Hawaii’s esteemed Haggai Institute for Leadership Development. In addition to providing legal services to individuals, corporate organizations, federal ministries, international agencies, and governments, I serve on the boards of various firms.
Served in a variety of leadership roles, from secondary school to the NYSC. held a number of leadership positions within the Church and the society, such as being a member of the Karl Kumm Univ
ersity Endowment Fund Committee, which was established by the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN).
Timothy, Nanbam, and Enoch are the three children born into the marriage of Caleb Mutfwang and Helen Mutfwang.
Three children, Timothy, Nanbam, and Enoch, were born to Caleb Manasseh Mutfwang and Helen. Helen Mutfwang, then Helen Ingbo Goldie, was born in 1967 to parents John and Juliet Goldie in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. She was born and raised in Brass LGA, Bayelsa State, and moved to Kaduna for her youth service under the NYSC Program in 1991, after completing law school in Lagos State.
Caleb, who had also been ordered to serve in Kaduna, would finally come into her life there. They were wed on February 13th, 1993, which is a real monument to how the NYSC helped Nigerian young connect with one another and promote national unity, regardless of cultural or social background.
Life has taught him to comprehend the complexities of living in a multicultural setting with the associated issues of managing religious and ethnic fault lines because he spent a significant portion of his life outside of Plateau State, primarily in Kaduna State.
Over the years, this exposure has forced him to look for ways to bridge these gaps in order to establish an environment that fosters peaceful coexistence. He also recognizes the historical borders that have naturally developed amongst consanguineous groups in order to ensure the prosperity of the many peoples on Earth.
the Plateau, whom he loves dearly
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Nigerian lawyer and politician Caleb Manasseh Mutfwang was born on March 12, 1965. He has been the governor of Plateau State since 2023.
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