A member of Board of Trustees of the All Progressives Congress, Jamiu Ekungba, has berated governments of oil producing states in the country which cannot pay civil servants regularly.
Ekungba, who is one of the governorship aspirants in Ondo State, dismissed the governors of such states as running out of ideas on how to run their states. Ondo is one of the oil producing states owing workers salaries.
Speaking shortly after he submitted his APC forms in Abuja to contest the governorship primary of the party, Ekungba said most of the governors lacked the leadership skill to run their states.
“The state owes six months salaries. An oil producing state owing salaries, can you imagine that? That is because we don’t have the right leadership,” he said.
Speaking on his capacity to turn around the fortune of the state, Ekungba boasted that he was successful in his private business and he could repeat the feat as governor of the state.
He said as an accountant, “I restructured a dead company back to life, so I would restructure Ondo State back to life.”
Ekungba added, “I am not going to build an educational system that looks at just speaking in English alone, I am going to look at an educational system in totality; that is the development of the mind – mentally, academically, morally, physically and spiritually.”
The governorship aspirant also denied the insinuation that he was being sponsored by the national leader of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, to be governor of Ondo State.

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