We Can’t Be Intimidated, Blackmailed , Says Gov. Lamido

Lamido,Wamakko,KwankwasoBy Abdoulaye Kay/Sokoto

Governor Sule Lamido of Jigawa state has said that neither the government nor anyone for that matter intimidate the of governors who are fighting for the soul of the Peoples Democratic Party.

He spoke Sokoto on Tuesday during the commissioning of 5km township roads projects executed state government across the 23 government headquarters.

According to Lamido, for leadership to be accepted, it must be genuine, sincere and have honest leaders. “Leadership must be genuine, sincere and also have honest leaders. Leaders who believe that leadership, there is what we call responsibility; what we call transparency and what we call .

“It is because we share these aspirations that we are united; so much that no matter what, no matter the level of intimidation or sponsored articles to harass us or blackmail us, we will stand truth,” he stressed.

Lamido further said that the ownership of the governments must be the people, who entrust leadership to the leaders. “To us, leadership is a trust bestowed by God. The government we lead is owned people. We, as governors, are so honoured and privileged to serve own people. As I can see today Sokoto, people here own their government and because they own it, they can defend it anywhere,” he said.

He described Governor Magatakarda Wamakko of Sokoto State as a true and honest inheritor of the Caliphate philosophy of to humanity. “In the Caliphate, leadership is meant for the people; leadership is simply called rendering to the people.”

Wamakko in his earlier remark stated that leaders were bound to reciprocate for the they receive from the people. “We are duty bound to reciprocate for the that we enjoy.”

The five kilometer township roads across the 23 governments of the state were flagged off in November 2012 a cost of N5,336,000,000.

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