The Governor of Benue State, Samuel Ortom, has disclosed some of the things he plans on doing when he finally leaves office as the Governor of Benue State on May 29th.
Samuel Ortom stated that he will go back to farming in his farm or he could go into journalism by becoming a journalist for any television station that agrees to accept him as a freelancer journalist.
Samuel Ortom went on to reveal that he also has the option of going back to his business if farming and freelance journalism fails to materialize. Samuel Ortom disclosed that in 2015, he had to resign from his position as the chairman of his company to become a minister.
He maintained that he has the option of going back to doing business once again. Speaking further, Samuel Ortom revealed his intention to work with the coming administration in Benue State and at the federal level in other to make the country a better place.
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