Monday, May 27, 2019


The eldest son of the former governor of Kogi State, Prince Mohammed Audu refused to endorse Governor Bello Yahaya for second term after his failure as a governor of a State. 

He said that he late father was the first executive governor of Kogi State, late Prince Abubakar Audu (Adoja). After his death, Governor Bello has not deemed it fit to come and condole the family for the lost and even the promises made, non has been fulfilled. 

He said:

“The allegations leveled against Senator Muhammed Ohiare, Barr. Dangana Ocheja and myself are products of hallucinations that can only be induced by excessive use of hard drugs. It is only someone under the influence of hard drugs that will conjure reports that I was in a meeting to endorse the second term bid of Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State. Alleging that I was induced with 50million naira is ridiculous." 

"How can I stoop so low to endorse, talk less of working for the re-election of a Governor who is struggling to pay salaries and pensions? I have no physical relationship with the Governor or any member of his government. This is a man who has not deemed it fit to honour my late father, Prince Abubakar Audu who laboured for the office he is occupying today."

"Governor Bello once promised to name the State university after my late father but has failed to fulfil his pledge, three and half years after assuming office. He has not even deemed it fit to name a single street after him. The Governor never thought it wise to visit the family to condole us over the death of our father. I am not a prodigal son,” he stated.

May the souls of Kogi State Political icons Rest in Peace.

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