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Youth activist asks Akume to give account of his stewardship


A people Democratic Party (PDP) Youth activist, Raymond Nago has challenged Senator George Akume to give account of his three terms stewardship at the senate to his constituents rather than delving into other people’s affairs.

The activist, who made the call yesterday during a press briefing, maintained that this has became necessary following current events in the state in which Senator Akume was busy passing judgments on other elected leaders while forgetting that he also owed it a duty that he has an explanation to make to his constituents.

Nago explained that those of them from the Benue North West Senatorial District who voted Akume deserved to know how he has dispatched his mandate in the senate in the last eleven years. He said he would have requested the senator to begin with the account of his tenure as governor but he would not do so because Akume seemed to have forgotten the time he was governor.

The activist referred to Akume’s comments on the floor of the senate in 2007 that he had been governor in 1947 and when people expressed shock, he repeated that he had been governor since 1979. He said it was unfortunate that instead of giving account to his constituents, Akume was jumping up and down, playing God.

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