Sunday Garba Biggs hails from Panyam district in Mangu Local Government Area of Plateau State –Nigeria.
Born October 29th, 1966, the 55 Years old Permanent Secretary, Government House Administration and Technocrat has been a great grassroots politician and civil servant for over two decades
Mr. Sunday Garba Biggs attended Ekan Primary School, Mangu, from 1975 –1981 where he obtained his First School Leaving Certificate.
After that, he then preceded to Government Secondary School Mangu, from 1981–1986 for his General Certificate of Education (GCE) O’Level.
In 1988, he went to Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) School of Preliminary Studies [SPS] where he obtained his Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB) A’Level Certificate.
Thereafter, he went to the prestigious University of Jos in 1990 to study Sociology. Mr. Sunday Garba Biggs has a Master’s degree in Sociology from the University of Jos.
A better part of his work experience has been dedicated to the Plateau State Civil Service. As a technocrat, he has worked for over 20 years in the Government house thereby amassing a wealth of experience making him the right candidate for the 2023 Governorship elections.
Mr. Sunday Garba Biggs has worked tirelessly with successive administrations in the state since the restoration of democracy in 1999.
He has held various positions/offices and rose to the position of Director of Protocol and Permanent Secretary, Government House Administration.
On Wednesday 9th of March, 2022 declared interest to contest the Plateau governorship seat at the 2023 general elections under the APC party at Mangu Local government Council of the state.
Before his declaration of interest, the mantra “Bigg Things Coming” was seen in different strategic places on posters and banners across Plateau State.
This kept many wondering what it was really about and many went ahead to check the website captured on the posters; www.biggthingscoming.org
“My life’s work is hinged on a basic principle: no matter your start in life, you deserve an equal opportunity to succeed – a decent livelihood, a safer and a promising future you can look forward to.
“As someone who was raised up in a family rooted in agriculture and caring for the land, my humble upbringing instilled in me the virtues of hard work and integrity; the values of strength in the face of challenges and adversity; diligence in loving and helping people, family and neighbors, and pride in hard work and service.
“Given my exposure as a bureaucrat of over twenty years, I possess a good knowledge of how government works, what it takes to heal and unify our citizens, build bridges of mutual understanding and cooperation amongst and between our people and hence the ability to reposition our state on the cusp of social and economic transformation.
“I am running for Governor because I believe in our state and the importance of making Plateau a more peaceful, secure and safer place to live, work, and raise a family.
“I credit much of my leadership abilities and knowledge to having remarkable and wise role models who instilled in me the value of taking action, being fair to everyone, fighting for justice, while stressing the significance of first, listening with an open heart, and mind to a wide range of perspectives and ideas.“
Mr. Sunday Garba Biggs is married to Mrs. (Pharm) Dorothy S. Biggs and they are blessed with three children.
His life’s work is hinged on a basic principle:
“No matter your start in life, you deserve an equal opportunity to succeed – a decent livelihood, a safer and a promising future you can look forward to.”
Sunday Garba Biggs hails from Panyam district in Mangu Local Government Area of Plateau State –Nigeria. Born October 29th, 1966, the 55 Years old Permanent Secretary, Government House Administration and Technocrat has been a great grassroots politician and civil servant for over two decades