PDP Slams Gombe over N100 billion loan
The People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Gombe State Chapter has slammed the All Progressive Congress (APC)- led administration of Governor Inuwa Yahaya in Gombe State over the borrowing of N100 billion. Jamb Result
THE NATION reports that the chairman of PDP, Gombe State, Maj. Gen. Audu Kwaskebe (retd) who frowned at the situation also warned that of the consequences of the ‘heedless’ debts the APC government is stockpiling on the state.
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THE NATION reports that Kwaskebe said that the Yahaya-led administration has already caused the state to owe over N100 billion debt in less than three years of his tenure as governor. Information Guide Nigeria
Maj. Gen. Kwaskebe said, “We can’t sit down to watch this clueless administration stockpiling debts in the state without a commensurate achievement on ground. Governor Yahaya is just using the seat of power to mortgage the future of the state and that of our children.”
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