No Muslim governor, except me, thanked God in church after guber victory, Sule boasts

No Muslim governor, except me, thanked God in church after guber victory, Sule boasts

- Nasarawa governor, Abdullahi Sule, has revealed why he went to church after his victory in the 2019 guber

- Governor Sule said he was in church to thank God for granting him victory at the poll

- Sule boasted that he is the only Muslim governor who has been to church for the same reason since the last general election

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Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa has claimed that he is the only Muslim governor in Nigeria who went to Church to thank God after his victory in the last governorship election in 2019.

Governor Sule said he did this because he had his early secondary education at a Christian church, precisely a Roman Catholic setting, The Sun reports.

Sule made this revelation during his commissioning and dedication of Evangelical Reformed Church of Christ (ERCC) ultra-modern headquarters secretariat located in the Akwanga local government area of the state.

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No Muslim governor except me thanked God in church after guber victory, Sule

According to Sule, no Muslim governor except him has thanked God in church after guber victory (Photo credit: Daily Trust)
Source: UGC

He, therefore, called on everyone in the state to cooperate with his administration to move Nasarawa forward.

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Represented by his special adviser on youths and sports, Kwanta Yakubu, the governor said:

"The government of the state recognises the contributions of the ERCC to the development of education, health, women and youth empowerment as well as leadership development programmes for the youth through the boys' brigade and girls brigade programmes.
"...the state government will continue to partner with all faith-based organisations as veritable tools in the shaping of society for responsible citizenship and national patriotism for the promotion of peaceful co-existence in Nasarawa state."

Meanwhile, Sule had said he was not bothered about being re-elected in 2023. Governor Sule said he was grateful to God for giving him a four-year mandate; saying it is long enough for him to contribute his quota to the development of the state.

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The Nasarawa state governor was responding to a question by newsmen on the speculation that the people might not be ready to re-elect him in 2023.

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