Benue Governor Alia Calls for Former Governors to “Shut Up” if They Have Nothing Positive to Contribute

Governor Hyacinth Alia of Benue State has urged former governors of the state who lack constructive contributions to remain silent and allow his administration to fulfill its promises to the people. Speaking to members of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Riders, Benue Riders Coalition for Alia, and other groups upon his return from a working visit to the United States of America, Governor Alia emphasized his commitment to the welfare of the people and the maintenance of peace in the state.

He cautioned against addressing Benue youths as thugs, deeming such language unacceptable and demanding public apologies from those making derogatory remarks. Governor Alia stressed the importance of prioritizing security, announcing plans to establish a call center with dedicated phone numbers for reporting security threats or breaches.

Asserting that security is everyone’s responsibility, Governor Alia warned against aiding or encouraging criminal activities in communities, promising consequences for those found culpable. He reminded the people of Benue that his administration is dedicated to bringing development to the state and urged critics to verify their facts before making public statements.

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