Video: Nigerian Governor Says He Can Resign If It Can Lead To The End Of Insecurity In His State
By Marubuci | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
The executive governor of zamfara state, Bello Matawalle has recently made it known to the general public that he can resign if doing so will lead to the end of insecurity in Zamfara state.
Governor Matawalle made his public during an exclusive interview with channels television on Wednesday.
Matawalle, when asked if he agree that the decision taken by the Federal Government to make Zamfara state a no fly zone is a plot to intimidate him as claimed by the People Democratic Party, PDP, the governor has said that he did not take his position of being a governor as a do-or-die affair, and he is ready to resign if doing so can help in reducing banditry and other acts of terrorism in the state.
You can watch the video by clicking here.The image above is used for illustrative purposes only.
It is a known fact that Zamfara being a state in the North Western part of Nigeria is one of the most insecure States in Nigeria.
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