“I Have Forgiven President Muhammadu Buhari,” Says PDP's Governor Ortom

“I Have Forgiven President Muhammadu Buhari,” Says PDP's Governor Ortom

  • Governor Samuel Ortom has revealed that he is no longer feuding with President Muhammadu Buhari
  • Both men have been in a series of banter over the insecurity in Benue state and other parts of the country
  • Ortom urged President Buhari to stay back and work closely with the incoming administration

Benue State governor, Samuel Ortom, said he has nothing against President Muhammadu Buhari despite their heated relationship that lasted two tenures due to the insecurity in his state.

The pragmatic Ortom open up on the development on Wednesday, May 24, during a live telecast on Arise TV's breakfast program, 'The Morning Show.'

Ortom, Buhari
Governor Ortom and President Buhari were always in disagreement over security matters. Photo Credit: Samuel Ortom, Muhammadu Buhari
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Governor Ortom stated that despite his differences with the President and several attempts to twist the narrative against his administration, he had forgiven him.

Earlier in the month, President Buhari, in a public function, appealed to Nigerians to forgive him for his flaws and mistakes.

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As reported by Punch, Governor Ortom said:

“When you don’t forgive, it means God too will not forgive. Me, as a student of the Bible and as a born-again Christian, I have forgiven President Muhammadu Buhari.”

May 29: Ortom speaks on expectations from Tinubu's incoming administration

While speaking on the incoming administration of Bola Tinubu, he noted that he is optimistic for him to deliver.

He said:

“We hope that the incoming administration will provide support, help, security, economic development, and peace for our people.”
“We have suffered for eight years.”

Governor Ortom urged Buhari to stay in Nigeria and work hand in hand with the current administration to help foster the positive change required to help the country progress.

First Lady Aisha Buhari apologises to Nigerians over economic hardship since 2015

Meanwhile, the First Lady of Nigeria, Aisha Buhari, also appealed to Nigerians to forgive the present administration for the economic hardship the country is facing.

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The First Lady said that there is a need for all citizens from every walk of life to join hands to ensure the country gets out of the challenges.

According to Aisha, the country's current economic woes affect various sectors of the economy, including health, education and many others.

Source: Legit.ng

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