NASARAWA State governor, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura has sought for forgiveness of the people of the state for any wrong doing he might have recorded in the cause of running the affairs of the state in the last four years.
The governor, who made the plea at the weekend at a valedictory State Executive Council meeting at the Government House, Lafia, prior to his inauguration as governor for a second term in office, noted that as human, he might have stepped on tolls in the discharge of his duties, hence the need to apologise to the people.
“As humans, we are bound to make mistakes but we must use our relationship to open a new vista of relationship,” he said.
Al-Makura averred that he had never regretted working with the out gone commissioners in his cabinet as, according to him, the success story of his administration could not be complete without the mention of the out gone members of the State Executive Council.
Speaking on behalf of his colleagues, the former Commissioner for Health, Dr. Emmanuel Akabe appreciated the governor for the opportunity to serve the state and promised to avail themselves for future assignments whenever they were called upon.
For his part, the immediate past special adviser to the governor on food security, Abubakar Gada urged the governor to appoint reasonable and responsible persons in his next cabinet, alleging that the governor was surrounded by people of questionable characters who conspired against his government in the last four years.

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