Benue Governor Samuel Ortom has challenged residents of the state not to hesitate to blow the whistle if they had any case of corruption against him or any of his appointees.
“I have tried to run an open and transparent administration. Anyone with a case of corruption against me or any of my officials should blow the whistle and get the approved five per cent reward,” Ortom said on Sunday in Makurdi.
He spoke at a children dedication and thanksgiving service organised by Pastor Daniel Unongo, the Government House Chaplain, whose wife delivered a set of twins after 18 years of marriage.
Ortom said that his duty as governor was to execute God’s will, and urged the people to feel free to offer their counsel and criticism.
The governor said that he had always sought God’s nod before taking any decision, and urged those attacking his…
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