Governor Tanko Al-Makura’s Mismanagement of Nasarawa State Resources

Nasarawa State Governor, Malam Tanko Al-Makura

As May 29, 2012 draws near, the government of Nasarawa State have begun elaborate plans for a grand celebration for the first year in office for the Congress for Progressive Change [CPC] party led Al-Makura administration. This is as information available to through principal sources within the State government indicates a whooping sum of N915million has been reserved for the May 29, 2012 grand celebration – amidst a fast developing tension within the State administration circles suggestive of Governor Tanko Al-Makura’s slippery grip of the State and its administrators.

Gov Al-Makura’s accession to the seat of governor through the Gen Buhari led CPC struck the political watchers in Nasarawa State as surprising – but came as highly welcoming to the common citizenry who welcomed the new change as probable signs of new hope. The glaring fanfare was welcoming. But unfortunate for the Governor, the fanfare appeared short lived -partly due to preexisting conditions and partly to the governor’s inability to steer the various opposing political players towards a unified direction.

The governor, in his early days, made broad sweeping promises of what will become his defining agenda and marker for his term as governor of Nasarawa State. Among the promises made were six action items which he specifically tasked the people of Nasarawa State to expect achieved by his first year in office. These include –

  1. Erection of a 3-Arm Zone at the State capital;
  2. Free Medical Program for the disadvantaged;
  3. Special Schools for the disadvantaged;
  4. Construction of 3km roads at each local government area [LGA];
  5. Making each Ministry and School Information and Communication Technology [ICT] compliant;
  6. Construction of Mono-Rail to connect Nasarawa State to the Federal Capital Territory [FCT].

With barely eleven [11] working days away from May 29, 2012, the Governor appears short on delivery. And many within the government circles are unhappy as a result of the possible tarnishing image on a new northern party as the CPC.

One of the more aggrieved governor’s aides who appear to show a gradual shift in loyalty tell our correspondent that “the governor has shown no indication of initiating the promised projects“. The aide states that the Governor’s focus is more on appeasing the political “hound dogs” in the State. Independent inquiry by confirms the governor may have shifted priorities away from the original promises. Our correspondent found no evidence the governor had flagged off any of the aforementioned projects.

Adding to his fast growing troubles is the unfriendly Nasarawa State House of Assembly.

The 24-man House of Assembly is populated by 20 Peoples Democratic Party [PDP] lawmakers against 4 CPC lawmakers. As expected, the governor found the State Assembly a hostile ground – as the lawmakers practically toyed with the governor at every opportunity.

One of such many opportunities came when the Governor attempted to appoint new administrators for the LGA and the 16 Development Areas. The lawmaker refused and instead sought to re-instate the administrations whose tenure had been over and since dissolved. The lawmakers went on to call for a seating to reinstate the dissolved transition chairman/administrators – against the passionate pleas of the Governor. But the Governor’s quick action of employing the services of thugs and off-duty security agents to man the State Assembly grounds before the arrival of the lawmakers – averted the lawmakers actions. As reports indicated, the lawmakers upon sighting the thugs and armed men, ran away – and some ran into the speaker’s office for safety.

Having survived the attempted coup d’etat by the lawmaker of the LGA and Development Areas, the governor sought to set up his cabinet. He submitted the names of 18 Commissioners and names of 20 names of Special Aides. Of the 18 names submitted for the position of Commissioner, the lawmakers reduced the number to 15, telling the Governor that 15 Commissioners was too many – that he should do with 15. The governor accepted. The lawmakers did not stop at that – they decided to screen only 12 out of the 15 names – citing the the remaining 3 had petitions against them. It required behind the doors “settlement” with the governor before the remaining 3 could be screened and approved. Of the 20 names submitted for the position of Special Aide, the lawmakers reduced the number to 18 – citing that 20 Specials Aides was too high. The governor accepted.

The governor also submitted the names of persons to be promoted from Director of Personnel Management [DPM] to Sole Administrators of the 16 Development Area and 13 LGAs. On this, the lawmaker put their foots down. It took the attention and intervention of the national representatives of PDP and CPC to reach a working solution. The solution reached was for the governor to appoint 60% of the sole administrators while the lawmakers get to appoint 40%.

Observing the situation with the lawmaker appeared destructive to his grip of the State, the governor sought to pacify the lawmakers.In his first attempt, the governor extended an invitation to the lawmakers to join him at the Presidential Lounge located along Shendan road in Lafia, the state capital. But the lawmaker shunned the invitation – in appeared embarrassing to the Governor. But the governor did not relent. He then raised the sum of N4.5million each for the lawmakers [totaling N108million] for medical check ups in India. The lawmaker accepted the money. It is uncertain if they travelled to India for the medical check up.

Having believed the lawmakers were placated and sedated, the governor turned his attention to the Ministries, particularly the Permanent Secretaries. In a sweeping decision, the governor took the bold step to sack all seating 28 Permanent Secretaries – including newly appointed Permanent Secretaries who were only two months old at the seat. He gave no public reason for his decision. To the governor’s surprise, the lawmakers were quick to rise to tell the governor that he does not have the power to arbitrary sack Permanent Secretaries. With the lawmakers urging, the Permanent Secretaries sued the governor. Responding, the governor invited the sacked Permanent Secretaries for a closed meeting – after which the entire 28 Permanent Secretaries publicly decamped to the CPC and were re-hired. The lawsuit was then abandoned.

While the governor faced the lawmakers in the battle to control the affairs of the State, domestic governance of the State appeared to have been severely ignored by the Governor – in a manner that has begun to show disturbing symptoms.

Housing for the newly appointed Commissioners appear unresolved. As 247ureports.con gathered from one of the governor’s aides, the “Commissioners are still squatting”. Two Commissioners are made to share a 4-bedroom bungalow at the governor’s lounge located along Shendon road. Of the 12 bungalows available, some are shared with the staff of the federal university at Lafia. The Information Commissioner “comes to work from Agwanga because of the housing problem” states the aide who disclosed that the secretary to the state government [SSG], Hamza Elayo made a recent announcement that N1billion has been expended constructing the residential quarters for government officials.

On the economic front, the governor appear losing grip. No payment of workers salaries has found normalcy at the State, LGA and at the Development Areas. The SSG in talking to our correspondent attributed the non-payment or delayed payment of workers salaries to an earlier screening exercise which took place in November 2011. But the SSG failed to explain why the glitches in the salary payment system continues. On Thursday May 10, 2012, workers in the LGAs of Doma and Kokoma took to the streets to protest the non-payment of April 2012 salaries.

Amidst the biting effect of erratic disbursement of workers salaries, the governor, according to the aide, managed to make available “staggering amount of money running into billion of naira to sponsor politicians, thugs, to this year’s Hajj operation to the Holy lands of Saudi Arabia and Jerusalem“. Inquiry by indicated no fewer than  one thousand people were sponsored.

The governor’s grip appears also to have lost grip of the health care sector. His failure to decongest the Dalhatu Araf Specialist Hospital  [DASH] located at the state capital serves as evidence. A visit by our correspondent to the health centre served an unpleasant eyesore as casualties/patients were observed receiving treatment on bare floor- including expectant mothers.



  1. The headline is misleading. The news is more about the battle the governor is having with the legislators who are PDP members than issues of corruption. The problem of non-payment of April salary is a general problem in Nigeria from the federal to all the states and local government.

  2. Opposition at work.What was not achieved in 4year of misrule have been achieved in just a year.The writer of this is either is being paid or for political interest.Imagine,mismanagement of state resources?You must be dreaming,a cheap blackmailer.After all the pressure from PDP through the NSHA that is PDP dominated but yet he proved himself by payment of minimum wage that even the FGN led by PDP could not fulfil after passing it into bill,construction of roads,street and traffic lights,payment of salaries without collecting loan,settling inheritated loans,sundry foundation laying,not owning any new official vehicles just to better Nasarawa state but yet some misguided elements are making baseless noise?Well,we are not suprise because this is not the first time from ADOSA to BADAKOSHI down to BABA ZAI DAWO.No shaking,Ta’al is working,Nasarawa is changing!

  3. Evil men @ work, wat wil it profit u if u work in ur state and achiv notin? Wat wil it benefit u if u’re always distryin some ones effort to mak his House, Home, State at larg a beter place? Pple are so wicked!! TA’AL go on wit d gud work, no evil wil befall u, God is wit u. Nasarawa pple are praud of u.

  4. The emergence of Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura as the third executive Governor of Nasarawa State is one episode that will continue to linger on the minds of the people of Nasarawa State.
    This is because twelve years after democratic dispensation the state had never witness considerable transformation an act that is achieved barely one year of Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Maura’s administration.
    Soon after his assumption of duty as Governor, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura inspected all abandoned and ongoing projects as well as other government facilities with a view to indentifying the quality of job done for improve completion.
    Apart from inspection of government facilities, the Governor had in the first instance identified some of the immediate key needs of the state which include absence of portable water, epileptic power or total absence of electricity as well as lack of access roads within the state capital.
    The Governor immediately provided the required inputs in the water sector and behold water began to flow in every parts of the state; this was achieved within one month in office.
    The power in 100 days initiative programme of Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura is one practical programme that has save the people of Nasarawa State from epileptic power supply to a well improve distribution of electricity across the State through provision of assorted transformers and other electricity inputs to actualise the programme.
    Now the people of Nasarawa State have every reason to celebrate this initiative of Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, the messiah of our time.
    The Governor awarded contract for the construction of asphalt access roads within the state capital as parts of effort to give the state capital a new face lift.
    These include 4Km Kurikyo road, 1.4km Alkali road street and 1km Ministry of information Ado Muazu road thereby giving the total the cost of over Five Hundred and Forty Two Million Naira (N542,000,000:00).
    Other roads awarded for construction include 900m Abdul-Shitu-Ministry of Information-Kurikyo road junction and Abdulkura Street at the cost of One Hundred and Thirty Eight Million Naira (N138, 000,000:00).
    The 4.8km Lafia East-Government House-NADP Quarters towards Makon-Giji Shendam road junction and 1.2km peoples Bank-new market roads as well as the 1.5km Agwai junction Anguwan Nungu junction was also awarded at cost of 1.3billion Naira.
    Most of the roads have been completed while others are 80% completed.
    Apart from the construction of access roads within the state capital the Governor also procured assorted earth moving equipment which has since being distributed to the three Senatorial zones of the state to open up roads within the local Government headquarters and entire villages, work has commenced in earnest and the rural people are happy with this golden initiative of Governor Al-Makura.
    In order to revitalise the transport system of the State, Governor Al-Makura purchased 40 new brand buses and 100 Keke- NAPEP as well as provision of traffic light at strategic junctions within the state capital to ease transport and traffic challenges.
    For the first time in Nasarawa State parent’s heave a sign of relief as Government upset both WAEC and NECO fees of all students in Government Schools.
    The Government did not stop at that but also awarded contract for the construction and renovation of Primary and post Primary Schools inclusive of special schools for the physically challenge persons in the three Senatorial Zones of the State.
    The signing of memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the state government and National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) which will also avail students the opportunity to acquire some technical knowledge for the production of other facilities. This is another milestone achieved in the education sector.
    Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura has virtually touched every sector positively as farmers now have easy access to fertilizer and other agricultural inputs. The completion and commissioning of Lafia modern market as well as renovation of Karu International market truly shows that the man, Governor Al-Makura is a messiah sent to salvage the people of Nasarawa State.
    It may interest the reader of this piece to note that before this administration came on board.
    The previous government of Aliyu Akwe Doma usually access an over draft of about Eight Hundred and Fifty Million Naira to argument payment of salaries.
    But on assumption of duty, Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura commenced payment of salaries without over draft and prudently save over 4.7billion naira within six month of his administration through cutting cost and prudent management of resources.
    Research has shown that what Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura has achieve within one year in office, the 12 years of previous administration in the state could achieve 50% of that one year achievement.
    The achievements of Governor Al-Makura are practical evidential achievements that you can touch, feel and enjoy for improve living standard.
    But, contrary to 247 report, an internet base media organization who ignorantly and mischievously reported issues that are either belated or being over-taking by event, may be, the writer is not well informed about the true happenings in Nasarawa State.
    Lets even examine the 247 mischievous report to determine how the writer fooled himself as the least educated man in Nasarawa State today knows that changes has come because he can fell it.
    The six major point enumerated by the writer refers:
    a) Erection of a 3 arm zone at the state capital.
    b) Free medical programme for the disadvantaged.
    c) Construction of special school for the physically challenge.
    d) Construction of 3km roads at each local area.
    e) Making each ministry and school information technology (ICT) complaint
    f) Construction of Mino rail to connect Nasarawa State to FCT
    With no apologies to the management and staff of 247 media organization to go back to the basics of mass communication and identify themselves with ethics and values of the profession which in strong terms emphasised balancing of reports to achieve fairness.
    May be, the writer does not know what it means three arm zone that has already been actualise long before now.
    The government House, Assembly and the Judiciary which represent the Executive, Legislature and the Judiciary are already situated in the right direction, so what is the writer talking about.
    The free medical programme was one of the earliest programmes achieved by this administration three consecutive times, where was the 247 reporter.
    The Governor has already approve construction of three special schools for the physically challenge persons in the three senatorial district.
    Construction of alphate roads within Lafia the state capital are obviously represented while that of local government headquarters and development areas has since been commenced.
    The Minister for transport has already promised to connect Nasarawa State to Abuja through the mono rail.
    May I invite the management of 247 to come to Nasarawa state on my bill to feel the fresh air we have been enjoying since the assumption of Governor Al-Makura barely one year ago.
    I can bet with my last drop of blood, that Al-Makura cannot spend a whooping sum of N915m to celebrate May Day, considering his prudent nature, instead, he will rather sink the money in projects that have direct bearings on the life of the common man.
    On the squabbles between the Assembly and the Executive is a normal activity everywhere, let me borrow a leaf from Governor Al-Makura who always said that it is Democracy in action.
    247 started on the bad note and that kills credibility.

    From Zeenatu Yakubu, millionaires quarters, Lafia Nasarawa State.

    When the Governor of Nasarawa State, Umar Tanko Al-Makura decided to contest for the seat of Governor of the State, he had full knowledge of the challenges he was going to face. It is no longer news that the 12 years of democratic rule in Nasarawa state has not provided the much needed democratic dividends for the people and being a part of the political history of the state since inception, the Governor is fully aware of the wishes and desires of the people for good governance.
    While we do not wish to join issues with the writer of this misleading piece. It is necessary to point out that the information posted on the social media could be misleading and capable of distorting facts. Issues raised by on the activities of the Governor of Nasarawa State, have been discovered to be either bereft of facts or based on misinformed and entirely false premises.
    We agree with the writer that, the accession of Governor Al-Makura came as highly welcoming to the citizenry, who saw the change as a sign of hope; we are however at odds with the notion that the Governor has been unable to steer the various apposing political players towards a unifyied direction. This writer has been unable to substantiate these wild allegations with concrete instances. displayed its ignorance on the workings and philosophy of the Governor on celebrations, when he accented that, a whooping N915,000,000:00 million had been earmarked for the May 29 2012 democracy day celebration, should know that Al-Makura is a cost effective and low-keyed Governor; this can be exemplified by his actions since he assumed office, especially with the handling of the swearing-in ceremonies of members of the State Executive Councils, Special Advisers and Management Committees of Local governments and Development Areas. As a matter of fact even the May Day celebration was celebrated low-keyed. How else can one explain the Governor’s desire to conserve scarce resources for the benefits of the people? also made mention of the Governor’s sweeping promises of what will become of his defining Agenda and maker for his term as governor of Nasarawa State. He outlined the promises made as follows:-
    a. Erection of a 3-arm zone at the state capital
    b. Free Medical program for the disadvantaged
    c. Special schools for the advantage
    d. Constructions of 3kilmeters road each at local government areas (LGA)
    e. Making each ministry I.C.T compliant and
    f. Construction of Mono-Rail to connect Nasarawa State to the F.C.T
    The allegation that the Governor has not delivered on any of these promises raised a lot of doubts as to whether the writer is quoting a credible source. Questions can therefore be raised as to the references made to the aides of the Governor as his sources of information.
    However and for the sake of clarification, the office of the Governor, House of Assembly, and the judiciary are presently well equipped, provided with necessary facilities to function and all concentrated in Shendam road. So what is the big deal about erection of three arms zone?
    The free medical programme was kick started immediately the Governor assumed office. He single-handedly ensured that the Association of Resident Doctors (ARD) and the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) in the state called off their four months old strike. In addition he also introduced free medical health care for pregnant women, children under five years, as well as the aged, free eye and ear operations as well as free drugs for diabetic patients all in the bid to fulfil his campaign promises.
    While the Mono-Rail project is also on course, presently there is collaboration between Nasarawa State Government and Federal Ministry of Transport on this effort. The Federal Ministry of Transport would construct the mono- rail project from FCT up to Mararaba in Nasarawa State, while the State Government would extend it to Gudi in Akwanga Local Government of the State.
    On the free Special schools for the dis-advantaged, that has also been achieved, presently a pilot programme has commenced in each of the three senatorial zones of the State.
    As part of his efforts in the Education sector, he has revived students’ scholarship for those in tertiary institutions which hitherto were stopped by the previous administration. As if that was not enough his government has undertaken to pay the WAEC and NECO examination fees of secondary school final year students across the state, for 2012.
    The Governor also embarked on building and renovation of schools across the state, as part of efforts to tackle the poor condition of infrastructure. He has gone into partnership with National Agency for Science and Engineering Infrastructure (NASENI) to harness the solid mineral potentials in the state especially in the area of provision of science equipments for improved science education.
    It should be noted, that when Al-Makura, assumed office in May 2011, all the tertiary institutions in the state were under lock and key, the staff members of the various institutions were on strike over conditions of service while the students were provoked to violence by incessant increase in school fees and other gratuitous charges.
    One must add, that Governor Al-Makura is not only an achiever, but believes in achieving without making noise about it.
    With regards to construction of 3-kilometers road at each Local Government Area (LGA), he embarked on several roads constructions in the designated urban areas across the three Senatorial Zones of the State. For instance, in Lafia, the state capital, road construction include those linking Kurikyo and Shendam roads, Angwan Mangu – Kurikyo, the one linking Shendam road and Angwan Tiv, through Super Cinema and the one passing through Lafia East Primary School through to the government house junction, on Shendam road and project quarters, UAC-Kwandere road, as well as some selected street roads in Lafia metropolis. The governor also awarded contract for the construction of some roads in Akwanga and Keffi. Construction works on these roads are in progress and are at various stages of completion. He also influenced the ongoing reconstruction of Lafia-Doma road.
    Only recently the governor procured and commissioned earth moving machines for the sole purpose of opening-up and construction of rural roads. This is aimed at abating the untold hardship suffered by rural dwellers following years of neglect by previous administrations in the state.
    The writer alluded to the fact that “one of the more aggrieved governor’s aides, claimed that the Governor has shown no indication of initiating the promised projects and that the Governor was more concerned with appeasing political “hound dogs” in the State.
    Haba, since when has an aggrieved person become a reliable source of information? The writer may also need to know that virtually all appointees of the Governor are those who believed in the focus and direction of his administration. If not, they would have been out of office by now. Therefore the assertion that the governor has no intention of fulfilling his campaign promises, surely must have existed only in the writer’s imagination”.
    On the submission of names for appointment of 18 Commissioners and 20 Special Aides, which was done in fulfilment of the Constitutional requirement, where a governor of a state is expected to forward such names and numbers to the legislative for screening and approval, the writer again showed his ignorance of the dynamics of democratic governance, when he portrayed this aspect of legislative process as a failure on the part of the Governor, maybe the writer needs to go back and read the 1999 Constitution as amended and get better educated.
    The simple definition of Presidential system of government is the existence of an Executive, Legislature and Judicial arms of Government. Each of these arms has functions provided for them in the constitution, in the same manner, the relationship between the Executive and the Legislative arms in any democratic setting are relationship anchored on the need to provide good governance. In discharging these functions, therefore one can never rule out the possibility of disagreements and conflicts. In essence, disagreements are common ingredients in any democratic setting. What stands out in the case of Nasarawa State is the fact that the members of the Executive and Legislature are able to resolve their conflicts amicably without recourse to any outside interference. This we believe should be a credit to the Governor.
    On the Governor raising N4.5million each for lawmakers (totalling 108million) to go for medical checkups in India, that again is another allegation fabricated by the so-called source of Every kobo released to the Nasarawa State Assembly is appropriated and how the Assembly expends its funds is totally up to it. It is therefore not the duty of any one to hold brief for the State House of Assembly.
    On the appointment, dismissal and movement of Permanent Secretaries to the CPC, that again is another lie, as no such event took place. This raises another credibility question on the writer’s sources of information.
    The writer also talked on the issue of Commissioners “squatting” maybe the writer is yet to realise that all welfare services in respect to political appointees have been monitized and such monetization includes accommodation.
    As for the one Billion to be expended on the construction of residential quarters for government officials, the writer must have been confusing, the Housing programme of Government with the provision of accommodation for Hon. Commissioners and Political Appointee’s.
    The writer may need to know that when Governor Al-Makura assumed office on May 29th 2011, he met an empty treasury. Before his swearing-in, the immediate past administration had collected the State statutory allocation for that month and squandered it. Notwithstanding this set back, the Governor, raised funds and was able to pay salaries for that month without any overdraft facilities from the Banks as it used to be the practice of the past administration.
    Presently he is one Governor in Nigeria whose payment of salaries are up to date. He is equally the first Governor in Nigeria who approved the payment of the N18,900.00 minimum wage without any negotiation with labour. As for the few local governments that are in arrears of salaries, if any, the delay is only as a result of data processing due to computerization.
    One is seriously at a loss where fabricated this notion that no fewer than one thousand people were sponsored for this year’s Hajj operation, one is confused as whether he is making reference to the entire state contingent including those sponsored themselves or is he creating other issues that does not exist?
    Ordinarily, one wouldn’t have wasted precious time responding to these wild and unsubstantiated stories. But as a government that is committed to serving the people, such government is bound to have detractors, it is for this reason that, the public needs to know that certain issues being peddled on the social media could be the handwork of those who do not mean well for the people of Nasarawa State.
    Written by Hon. Abdulhamid Y. Kwarra, SSA to the Governor of Nasarawa State, on Public Affairs.

  6. Mallama zinatu’ what a wounderful cassava can never be ROGO, so we have your type in nasarawa state, for your imformation you’ve said everything, imfact i am speechless about everything, Do you know i wanted to write in the general comment but when i go through your work i see no reason for my response, let me tell you from your impression you are already in me, You are very important to nasarawa state and to CPC government, all we know TA’AL is working and NASARAWA is changing! So Let the water continue flowing… Thanks and GOD BLESS” From A A MOH’D Ungwan Doka lafia.

  7. It is clearly to state here that Allah has sent to us messiah to serve people of Nasarawa State. permit me to state to the staff of 247 media organization that the organization was sponsored but were wrongly sponsored with wrong information about the present leadership of Nasarawa State Tanko al-makura.The sponsore of the organisation are the enemies of people of Nasarawa whom we know are PDP who failed to administered good governance to the people of Nasarawa state for 12 years. The revolution that prompted to people of Nasarawa State was to make a change and nothing but the change wish we are still celebrating with. the last PDP 12 years administration has nothing to show to us apart of sharing our money to their personal pocket which at the end has nothing to show in the state.

    The concerted efforts of the present administration has indeed proved to us that the hope of people of Nasarawa State started from this CPC administration. therefore, 247ureports organisation should go back to your sponsor that you were mislead with wrong informations.And your criticing should be well construncted and meaningful. 08167894920 for your confirmation please.

  8. Am not a politician and am not siding any political party. It is clear that Governor Al-Makura has shown a difference in the governance of Nasarawa State. The truth must be told. This Governor is trying and he needs to be encouraged. Nigerians should learn to encourage their leaders who have shown positive difference in governance. We should stop empty criticsms in the name of opposition. We are not after opposition but development. We need God fearing leaders not looters. Politics is about service delivery not lip-service. Fair reporting strengthens democracy. We pray that Allah should continue to strengthen Governor AlMakura and give him the spirit to develop Nasarawa State beyond its present level. I personally believe in him and his course. Over two more years ahead, we pray Allah should guide the Governor and bless him with good foresight for real positive transformation. Get not distracted! Allah Ya taimake Nasarawa State. Ya Allah Ka kare mu data hanu azzalumai, Ya Allah, kada Ka maimaita mulki azzalumai a nan jihar mu. Amin!

  9. @Daniel, you are either destructive critics, retrogressive or ignoramus. Things are truly happening in Nasarawwa despite payment of minimum wage, settlement of inherited debts(ISPOs), free NECO, poor IGR, low income from FAC, etc. Ureport and their likes are agents of destruction. May their evil wills and wishes bounce back on them, enemies of Nasarawa state.

  10. Generally nothing has been archieve so far $ am imploring the governor to concentrate more on electricity, constructions of good road in most local government areas, provision of good water for the people of nasarawa state.


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