It is obvious and so glaring that Benue state is crying and bleeding profusely from the wounds of bad leadership. There is the serious yarn for a pragmatic, proactive, humane and people-oriented Governor to come on board. The only one fitting for this job is the true servant of God Rev.Fr.Dr Hyacinth Iormem Alia who has kept a long and successful record with God, humanity and infrastructural development. Moreover, as a priest, they do not marry, amass wealth nor seek for self-gain but for humanity to live a life exemplary of Christ, If Fr Alia succeeds as Governor of Benue state he may likely :
1. Revamp our moribund industries.
2. Create jobs.
3. Improve workers well being.
4. Improve security.
5. Attract both foreign direct investment and federal presence in the state.
6. Promote inter-denominational coexistence.
7. Proactively execute human and capital developmental projects.
8. Pensioners get paid as when due.
9. Create new industries for our food crops.
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