Governors running to Abuja over herdsmen crisis, are shameless, cowards – Dalung
Minister of Sports and Youth Development, Barr. Solomon Dalung, has described as ‘shameless and coward’ the action of
governors crying to the State House over the herdsmen attack of their people.
According to Sunnews, while fielding questions from newsmen, in his office, in Abuja, on Tuewsday, he said: “One office I
don’t envy in my life is the office of the governor in Nigeria. I told the governor of Lagos State so.
The responsibility of the governors is so enormous and anybody occupying that office should know it.
He has the responsibility to protect the lives of Nigerians living within his territory.
The governors are the custodians of lives in the whole state and hold it in trust for the people.
They also collect and manage monthly statutory allocations including what the APC government introduced like the Paris Club bailout.
The governors just manage this for the benefit of those living in the state. I shed tears when I heard a governor lamenting
that his people have been attacked. If the governor should lament that way, then the people in the state should park and run away.
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