Traditional rulers in Plateau State of Nigeria according to Local government areas

Photo of TRADITIONAL RULERS IN PLATEAU STATE OF NIGERIA ACCORDING TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS

Below is the list of traditional rulers’ title and their local governmentareas in Plateau state, some of the titles may be repeated in different local governments but that does not mean that they are more than one rulers but simply that it is the same ruler that rules in both local governments.

BARKIN LADI

Da Gwom Gashish

Gwom Rei Fan

BASSA

Utu Ugo Kiche Rukuba

Bra Ngwe Irigwe

Ugo Namap ( of Amo )

BOKKOS

Saf Ron-Kulere

Mishkam Mushere

JOS EAST

Adagwom Izere

JOS NORTH

Gbong Gwom Jos ( A first class chief )

Adagwom Jos Izere

Ujah Anaguta

JOS SOUTH

Gbong Gwom Jos ( A first class chief )

KANAM

Emir of Kanam

Ra’an Jahr

Pankwal Bogghom

KANKE

Ngolong Ngas( A first class chief )

LANGTANG NORTH

Ponzhi Taroh ( A first class chief )

LANGTANG SOUTH

Ponzhi Taroh( A first class chief )

MANGU

Mishkaham Mwaghavul

Sum Pyem

MIKANG

Long Tehl

PANKSHIN

Ngolong Ngas ( A first class chief )

Mishkom Mupun

Long Miship

Ru deng Kadung

Wella Fier

Gwolong Tal

Wella Rom (Tambes)

QUA’AN PAN

Long Pan

RIYOM

Gbong Gwom Jos ( A first class chief )

Atar Aten

SHENDAM

Long Goemai ( A first class chief )

WASE

Emir of Wase ( A first class chief )

Pankwal Bashar

Rekna Bashar

Ponzhi Kadarko

NOTE: Some titles were repeated for some tribes found in other LGAsandthelistineachLGAisarbitrarily arranged.

Therefore, Plateau has five first class chiefs. A first class chief is given by a Governor of a state and the criteria varies from The number of the people under the rulership of the traditional ruler, their minority or majority status, the social and educational status of the ruler and many other criteria.

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