‘I’ll Not Complain, Probe My Predecessors’, Governor Sule Assures

Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule has said that the era of blame game of bad governance is over, saying that his administration would not probe any of his predecessors for the financial status of the State.

Governor Sule gave the assurance at the weekend at the 2nd stakeholders’ meeting of the Nasarawa State University, Keffi in Keffi Local Government Area.

He emphasized that his government would remain focused on exploring ways to addressing the challenges confronting the State and not be witch-hunting those who did what in the past.

“You will not hear me talk about the past, because I will remain focused on where I am going and this is what will happen in this government.

“I have a direction and that is where I am heading to; I will not allow the challenges of the State to distract me.

“I will never for one day by the grace of God complain about my predecessors, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, Aliyu Akwe of blessed memory or Tanko Almakura for whatever reason.”

He said, as a leader, the need to forget whatever happened that resulted to the financial mess or abnormally of a State or an organization was necessary for its progress and development.

He called on leaders and heads of various government institutions and parastatals to put behind their perceived challenges and look inward to achieving their vision.

“I want you to put behind whatever happen, look forward to the direction you are going.

“And forget what happened, how it happened, what did what, who did that in the past.”

Governor Sule who recalled the huge debt he inherited when he was with the Africa Petroleum of over N22 billion, said “by the time I left, I left a balance sheet of N5 million profit.”

He reiterated that his government would continue to build on the enviable legacies laid by his predecessors.

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