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Joshua Anaja

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Joshua Umaru Anaja
Governor of Plateau State
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In office
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Preceded byDan Suleiman
Succeeded bySolomon Lar
Personal details
Died17 June 1986[citation needed] (aged 43)
Military service
Allegiance Nigeria
Branch/service Nigerian Army
Rank Brigadier General

[1]Joshua Umaru Anaja bụ gọvanọ ndị agha nke Plateau State, Nigeria site na July 1978 ruo October 1979 n'oge ọchịchị ndị agha nke General Olusegun Obasanjo . [2]'abalị mbụ n'ọnwa Ọktoba n'afọ 1979, o nyefere onye gọvanọ a họpụtara ahọpụta Solomon Lar, onye mesiri ya obi ike na gọọmentị ya ga-eketa ọrụ ọ bụla nke gọọmentị ndị agha na-apụ apụ.[3]'ịbụ onye e buliri n'ọkwa Brigadier, Anaja bụ onye nduzi nke Ngalaba Nnyocha Jikọrọ Aka na Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji site na 1 Febụwarị 1984 ruo 25 Mee 1985. [1]

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  2. (1986) Newswatch. Newswatch Communications. Retrieved on 2014-10-14. 
  3. DEPARTMENT OF JOINT STUDIES. Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji. Retrieved on 2010-05-20.
  4. Tony Agbali. Middle Belt and Power Devolution: Interesting dynamics. AFRICA DIALOGUE SERIES. University of Texas at Austin. Retrieved on 2010-05-20.