Group Cautions Taraba Governor-Elect Against Sycophants
NOT comfortable with the snail pace of development that has enveloped Taraba State since its creation, Taraba Volunteer Group has urged the governor-elect, Mr Darius Ishaku, to distinguish himself by refusing to have anything to do with sycophants.
The group also urged Ishaku to declare a state of emergency in education sector. Briefing journalists yesterday in Jalingo, the group members suggested that the governor-elect should to go to extra mile to put smiles on the faces of the people.
The group coordinator, Mr Joseph Terence, said if the governor-elect took the right path, the dream of catapulting the state to the state of Eldorado would be achieved in no distant time.
Terence said: ” We call on the governor-elect, Darius D. Ishaku, to be mindful of sycophants, praise singers and double agents who would apparently want to surround him for their own selfish interest and eventually sink the Taraba ship.”
Apart from working hard to “ensure the unity and peaceful co-existence of the people of the state” the need to ” resettle, rehabilitate and ensure the security of all internally displaced persons in the state”, the group believed, can no longer be overemphasised.
The group coordinator and secretary, Charles Nyanganji, pleaded with the incoming state governor to give to Caesar to what belong to Caesar by improving the ” working standards of our civil servants.”