Benue State governor-elect, Chief Samuel Ortom, has said that he will “look into” Governor Gabriel Suswam’s administration in the state with a view to correct its ills and make government accountable.
Ortom stated this on Tuesday at a briefing in Makurdi, the state capital. He accused Suswam of “perpetrating last minute frauds.”
Ortom spoke through the deputy governor-elect, Benson Abounu, noting that Suswam should comply with democratic best practices of consulting with those who would take over the governance of the state before taking any major decision.
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