Former governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido, has said he bears no grudge against anybody over his current travails.
Lamido and his two sons were arraigned recently by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) over fraud related offences.
They were remanded in prison custody by a judge but regained freedom after the matter was transferred to Abuja and another judge granted them bail with varying conditions.
Lamido, who spoke to journalists his residence in Kano after returning from Abuja on Thursday, said every human being has his or her shortcomings, describing the development as experience that must be handle calmly.
“The office is haphazard, if you are dealing with human institutions, you don’t look for perfection, because human institutions are never perfect, whether media, cultural, labour or political institutions. In the process of improving democracy, there must be some mistakes.
“Now, there is this scenario where they now bring your own family into it, the purpose is to humiliate, to reconstruct and to destroy and that is part of the hazard. This must be discouraged. I am a human being, I have my own short comings , what am saying is that, if you want to serve your own people or you want to serve your own country, you might face some consequences,” he said.