- Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello has commented that there had been no terrorist attack in Ondo State during the tenure of former Governor Mimiko
- The governor, who is also a presidential candidate, said so during a broadcast on Channels Television on Sunday. strong>
Governor Yahaya Bello has deplored the attack on the faithful of St. Francis Catholic Church in Owo, the headquarters of Owo County, Ondo State.< /li>
Several members of the congregation were killed in the attack during the service.
The governor of Kogi State, who appeared on TV on Sunday, June 5, also commented that there had been no such attack during the tenure of the state’s former governor, Olusegun Mimiko. the program was monitored by Legit.ng.
Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, the current governor of the state, hails from Owo, the scene of the recent terrorist attack.
The outspoken governor, who was in Abuja at the time of the attack to prepare for the upcoming All Progressives Congress presidential primary, immediately returned to the state to assess the situation on the ground and share She the people’s grief.
Akeredolu, who also chairs the Southwest Governors’ Forum, has insisted the ruling party must distribute its presidential ticket to southern Nigeria if it hopes to to retain the presidency in 2023.
The governor of Ondo State has also appealed to the All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidates from the north to withdraw from the presidency of z to withdraw from the race.
However, Governor Yahaya Bello has refused to step down from his presidency due to lateral ambition.
In addition, Akeredolu spoke openly about situations in the ruling party and made warning statements from time to time. It is believed that most of these statements (due to their boldness and frankness) did not go well for some party leaders.
Yahaya Bello: Before 2pm on Election Day I would have defeated Atiku Abubakar
Meanwhile, Governor Bello declared that his candidacy would easily defeat former Vice President Atiku Abubakar before 2:00 p.m. on Election Day.
The All The Progressive Congress (APC) presidential nominee made this known when he appeared on Channels Television on Sunday, June 5.
Bello, who refused despite the agreement reached to abandon his presidential aspirations Northern governors said so when discussing his candidacy ahead of the APC presidential primary elections to be held in Abuja on Monday 5 June.