- Ibrahim Dankwambo has cautioned the APC over forthcoming Kogi and Bayelsa elections
- The former governor said the APC wants people of Kogi to vote for a non performing candidate while asking Bayelsans to vote out a performing party
- According to Dankwambo, there is no sign of governance in Kogi in the last four years
Former governor of Gombe state, Ibrahim Dankwambo, has cautioned the All Progress Congress (APC) over their stand in the forthcoming elections in Bayelsa and Kogi states.
The PDP chieftain on his Facebook page criticised the ruling party for calling on the people of the respected states to vote for their candidates even when the candidate of PDP performed better than their own candidate.
According to Dankwamba, one of such governor is owing workers over 30 months salaries even with bailout funds and despite this, the party is still asking people of the state to vote for him while urging people in Bayelsa not to vote for PDP whose governor outperformed that of APC.
About Kogi state, the former governor declared that there is no sign of governance in the state in the last 4yrs.
Specifically, he said no single project was done there despite billions from federal allocation and bailout.
Meanwhile, recall that Legit.ng had reported that election violence had begun in Kogi ahead of the governorship election slated by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for November 16.
According to Legit.ng, some irate youths have razed down a party secretariat.
The hoodlums who are suspected to be political thugs attacked the secretariat of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) in Lokoja, the capital of the state early on Monday, November 11, burning down the building.
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