Opinion: Gov. Aliyu’s fake apologies to Nigerlites

by James Bawa, Halima Agaie

 

Aliyu-Babangida

It is indeed an irony for Governor Aliyu who in his state broadcast over the outcome of the elections today, admits that, they are proud to be citizens of Niger State, the only State that is ours to build for the benefit of present and future generations.

Governor Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu after appearing on NTA state broadcast earlier today to apologise to Nigerlites and seek for their forgiveness has gone behind the curtains to continue with his evil plans of creating more emirates out of the present Bida, Kontagora and Minna emirates councils.

Governor Aliyu’s plan which is on top gear is already on the desk of the Niger State House of Assembly. These reporters investigations reveals that the Chief Servant has already wired 1.2 Billion Naira to the legislators for quick implementation of his evil plan starting from tomorrow, March 14, 2015. An act that will cause disharmony amongst our Royal fathers and above all threaten the peaceful co-existence Niger State enjoys.

It is indeed an irony for Governor Aliyu who in his state broadcast over the outcome of the elections today, admits that, they are proud to be citizens of Niger State, the only State that is ours to build for the benefit of present and future generations. Indeed, as Nigerlites we have much more that unites us than divides us. Hence, we must put behind us the mixed feelings and experiences of the just concluded elections and forge ahead with the task of supporting the government to realize our collective development aspirations.

On the other side, Nigerlites shouldn’t be surprised at the hypocritical attitude of the Chief Servant and his Fake Apologies to Nigerlites, his words during the inauguration of the Peoples Democratic Party gubernatorial campaign committee last year are still very much fresh in our memories.

Nigerlites should recall that the Chief Servant said and stressed that politics is all about lying and if one cannot lie, then he or she has no place in the game and that If you are talking of honesty or morals, go and become an Imam or pastor. Politics cannot be the way it used to be.

Governor Aliyu went on to affirm that “If you cannot lie, get out of politics. Anything you are involved in has its own rule. You are in politics to win, win first and let other things follow. Basically we believed that it is the Chief Servant’s game of deceit that saw to not only failing to deliver Niger state to President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and his much anticipated dream to the red chambers, Senate but also in his much acclaimed bid to ensure that his anointed and Istiharah candidate, Alhaji Umar Nasko who emerged through a fraud primaries , succeeds him at the Minna Government House also failed woefully.

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