By Christiana Gokyo, Jos
A community in Bauchi State, known as “Sayawa” in Tafawa Balewa Local Government Council, has expressed its dissatisfaction to the leader, Governor Abubakar, for not involving them to serve and contribute their own quota in the State.
This was disclosed this through the community’s chairman, Mr. Yohanna Bayaro, in a statement signed and issued to newsmen in Bauchi on Tuesday.
According to the statement, APC administration has totally failed the axis for not involving them in terms of political appointment of commissioners, board members, among others, and so the community has promised to vote the governor out in 2019.
The Sayawa people have blamed the Abubakar government for not executing any single project in their community, Tafawa Balewa, and attributes same to ‘religious and tribal cleansing.’
According to the statement, “We have more capable hands in terms of educational background and population, but we are worried by the APC-led administration for neglecting our community.”
It also lamented that the community’s regrets that the entire axis has always stood the chances of disenfranchisement, in spite of its population density-base known to government.
The statement further urged Governor Abubakar to look back and address the nasty development, in case APC wants to go beyond 2019.