Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State recently confirmed his decision to run for president in the 2023 general election in a statement. Governor Yahaya Bello is one of the few leaders who has openly shown interest in becoming the country’ s next president.
Governor Yahaya Bello is Nigeria’ s youngest governor, and as one of the party’ s governors, he surely has a strong relationship with the All Progressives Congress (APC). There is a chance that Governor Yahaya Bello would be elected to the party’ s presidential ticket, but there is a fresh development.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) purportedly retrieved N19. 3 billion from a hidden bailout fund on Friday, according to a report in Guardian Nigeria.
The Central Bank of Nigeria has recognized the receipt of the funds, which were intended for workers’ salaries but were instead placed in a bank account that paid interest.
You may recall that there have been numerous controversies surrounding the lost monies, with the Kogi State government denying at one time that the funds had been retrieved.
According to a Guardian Nigeria article, the EFCC’ s spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren, stated that the Central Bank of Nigeria had acknowledged receipt of the rogue currency.
It is incorrect to have a report like this on the Kogi State, government, and Governor Yahaya Bello in the midst of a presidential campaign. A leader who wants to rule Nigeria, in my opinion, should not be dealing with a money laundering scandal.
The report could jeopardize his bid to become Nigeria’ s next president. Governor Yahaya Bello, as the country’ s youngest governor, should, in my opinion, be able to persuade Nigerians to believe in the country’ s youth.
One of the qualities of a good leader first is to put people that he is leading in heart, put is subject first before any other thing, we need god intervention in Nigeria there are so many challenges that one cannot even mention please continue to pray for their country Nigeria we don’ t have another home than Nigeria.