By Nicholas Dechi
Mr Julius Atorough, a governorship aspirant in Benue, said he is capable of governing the state, stating that he would justify the confidence his people reposed in him if given the mandate to govern the state in 2023.
Atorough stated this on Saturday at Amua at an occasion to honour him.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) gathered that Atorough was honoured for his contribution to the development of Mbavaa Community Secondary School, Amua (MCSSA), Konshisha Local Government Area (LGA), Benue.
The governorship aspirant said he had all it takes to govern and encouraged his people to rally round him to enable him to actualise his political dreams.
“I am honoured by my people today because of my modest support to our community school.
“I have built two gigantic structures in the school, donated a number of computers and solar panels.
“I have been assisting people outside my community too.
“I foot their medical bills, school fees and even settle…
Source: News Agency of Nigeria