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Tuesday, 13 February 2018

Benue killings: I have chosen to offer myself for the supreme sacrifice – Ortom


Say truth stifled too long 

Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State has pledged to ensure the general population of the state in accordance with the oat of office he vowed to by coming clean to those that are saddled with obligation to secure the residents of Nigeria. 

Gov. Ortom of Benue State The Governor lamented that those that have the duty to stop the killings of honest residents by presumed Fulani herders have declined to satisfy their obligation and chose to affront him for denouncing the barbarity, saying that the time of advancing sycophancy and unremarkableness was finished. 

Addressing newsmen end of the week, he said that however a few people had wanted to assault him, he had chosen to offer himself like a symbol of atonement to guarantee that reality that had for some time been stifled won in the nation. 

As indicated by him, "The Bible says 'you should know reality and reality will set you free.' Nigeria today, we should not be being the place we are. We would have been a long ways in front of where we are today. It is only that for quite a while, we have stifled reality. "In any case, truly I have chosen to offer myself. 

On the off chance that it will expect me to pay the preeminent forfeit for saying reality, I am prepared to do it on the grounds that the time has come that we should quit advancing sycophancy and average quality. 

"We should advance reality. We should regard the constitution and the administer of law. The constitution and the law of our property is the main thing that can direct us to more noteworthy stature. 

"It is the main thing that can lead us to where we need to be. It is just thing that can elevate and venture us to rank with different nations that are doing admirably. 

"Is it true that it was not simply yesterday we said 'Ghana must go? 

Why is it that on West African soil today the entire world is turning their consideration whether in venture or whatever? Ghana has turned into a reference point against Nigeria."