Ahead of the Kogi gubernatorial election, the state leader and governorship aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Prince Abubakar Audu has apologized to the people of the state on any possible wrong doing, during his reign as governor of the state in from 1999 to 2003. He said such actions were not deliberate.
The former governor made the appeal yesterday, during the decamping ceremony of former Minister of Police Affairs, Barrister Humprey Abah to the APC, at Ayingba, in Dekina Local Government Area of the state.
Other prominent PDP leaders who defected to the APC, included member of the PDP Board of Trustee (BOT) and Sure P, Hajiya Halima Alfa, among others.
The defectors described their exit from the PDP as “good riddance”.
Abbah, who spoke on behalf of other defectors said they have no regret over their decision to join the APC.
The former governor, who insisted that his administration’s policies might have offended some people in the state, declared that he was not coming for vengeance if elected as being speculated, because no civil servants or any other person in the state offended him during 2003 gubernatorial election.