We will abolish joint account in Benue - Jime
The APC gubernatorial candidate in Benue State, Barr. Emmanuel Jime, has promised to abolish the joint account regime of the current administration in the state.
Jime made the promise while meeting with Benue citizens residing in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.
“We want the local government areas to have their allocations to ensure grassroots development,” he said. He said Benue was currently at a crossroad since the incumbent governor had “completely lost direction”, adding that it will take someone like him to bring it back on track.
While soliciting the support of the Benue indigenes in Abuja in actualizing his dream of becoming the state governor, he pledged to prioritize security, economy, healthcare delivery, education, infrastructural development and social welfare.
On his part, the Director General of his campaign organisation, Senator Jack Gyado, assured that “he (Jime) will not spend your money when he gets to the government house because he is very modest.”