Bauchi guber: ‘I didn’t sleep for seven days,’ says gov Mohammed on S’Court verdict

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Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed, says he went through a turbulent period as he fought some powerful forces to retain his seat.

Mohammed said said he didn’t sleep for seven days as he was in Abuja fighting to prevent ‘former leaders’ of Bauchi from snatching his victory at the polls.

Speaking at rally in Bauchi to celebrate his victory at the Supreme Court, Mohammed said the rule of was allowed to prevail in his case.

He hailed President Bola Tinubu for not listening to former Bauchi leaders who had told the President that he was a threat to him.

According to Mohammed: “People of Bauchi have shown me love, you gave me trust and I will not sleep because I did not sleep for seven days and I made sure that we have this mandate back.

“Some people connived –former leaders of Bauchi to go and perpetuate lies against me to make sure that the leadership of the nation see me as a problem but you can see the leaders have their ways of handling issues.

“I’m grateful to the government of President Tinubu who believe in good governance –allowing the rule of law to persist irrespective of the lies and mischievous acts that have been perpetrated against me.”

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