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Daily Trust - - LETTER TO THE EDITOR -

I was as­ton­ished when in read in Daily Trust news­pa­per that the Gover­nor of Niger State said he has ful­filled all elec­tion­eer­ing prom­ises to Niger­lites. Last he for­gets, he promised Chan­chaga com­mu­nity in Bosso Lo­cal Govern­ment dur­ing a grand re­cep­tion or­ga­nized in his hon­our that he would con­struct town­ship roads and a ru­ral hospi­tal for them .That prom­ise has not seen the light of the day, with just one year to the end of his ad­min­is­tra­tion. I know that all the ef­forts made to get in touch with him to re­mind him of his prom­ise have hit the brick wall due to bu­reau­cratic bot­tle­neck. Kindly come to the aid of the com­mu­nity to al­le­vi­ate their suf­fer­ing.

+2348034061361 This very is like a scene straight out Ge­orge Or­well’s An­i­mal Farm drama. Well, the hope is that no­body ‘ar­ranged’ the judge, as the PDP once ac­cused of in the case of Ayo Salami. SHAM­SUD­DEEN Mukhtar,

Birnin Kebbi, +2347010730639 Per­haps the Benue State Gover­nor is now openly telling us why the in­sur­gency in the emer­gency states of Adamawa, Yobe and Borno are not get­ting the re­quired federal govern­ment at­ten­tion, be­cause they’re the po­lit­i­cal op­po­si­tion states and should there­fore re­main desta­bilised up to 2015 as they’re of no elec­toral value to the PDP and, by ex­ten­sion, Jonathan’s re-elec­tion bid! MUSTAFA M. Dan­nana, Ko­far Kaura, Katsina, +2348027283841

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