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SHOCKING!!! 5 APC State Governors Who Will NOT Win 2nd Term 2019 Elections - Party Unveils Bloody List

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A chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, has unveiled five top APC Governors, who may not win the forthcoming 2019 elections, due to under performance and other political intricacies.
As Post-Nigeria waits to see how things fine-tune within the State, 2019 might be an interesting clip in the political corridor of Nigeria.
The Governors are as follows:
1. Yahaya Bello of Kogi State:
The All Progressives Congress, APC, in the State is at war with Yahaya Bello, who controversially emerged as the Governor of Kogi State.
Recently, the State’s chapter of the APC, passed a vote of no confidence on Yahaya Bello, accusing him of side-lining members of the State Executive Council, and other organs of the party, in the affairs of the State.
Also, stakeholders of the party in the State, recently called for the probe of Yahaya Bello, over alleged anti-party activities at the party’s National Secretariat.
The latest is the political war between Yahaya Bello and Senator Dino Maleye, who had accused the Governor of under-development, and masterminding his attempted assassination. All these things may hinder Bello’s re-emergence at the 2019 polls.
2. Samuel Ortom of Benue State:
Benue State has not been a peaceful State since Ortom took over power from Gabriel Suswam, of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, who steered the affairs of the State for 8 years. Suswam’s administration was however marred with gross embezzlement and misappropriation of State funds.
Ortom of the APC, slugged it out with Tehermen Tarzoor, to emerge as the State’s Chief Executive. Ever since then, Benue State has witnessed series of communal clashes and displacement; especially form the marauding Fulani herdsmen, who have brazenly killed residents in their numbers, leading to dissertation of homes and villages.
Ortom has done nothing concrete as the State Governor, in securing his people against the killers. Ortom recently confessed that the herders’ invasion in the State, is beyond his powers as the Governor.
3. El-Rufai of Kaduna State:
El-Rufai’s chances of returning as the Governor of Kaduna State are very slim, even if he has intentions to. The Governor has been faced with a lot of criticisms, among which are the Army-Shitte Massacre under his watch, though Nigerians and the Muslim community are keenly watching his moves and steps, towards resolving his crisis through the Commission set up. 

Elrufai’s number one enemy and political watchdog, Senator Shehu Sani, is another factor that may stand as a stumbling block against the former FCT Minister, who was known for various demolition of structures at the Nation’s capital, which he is currently replicating as the helmsman in the Kaduna Government office.
All these factors may pose a greater challenge for El-Rufai’s second coming into the office of the Executive Governor of Kaduna State, in 2019.
4. Abubakar Sani Bello of Niger State:
 It took the administration of Governor Abubakar Sani Bello, almost four months to settle down to business, upon assumption of office, last year.
Even after the Executive Council was constituted, allotting portfolios to the members became a herculean task, primarily because of vested political interests.
A couple of months ago, a massive road construction programme in Minna, the State capital, and some other roads in the 25 Local Government headquarters began.
In the health sector, some sort of transformation are being witnessed in the general hospitals, as a result of the monthly release of funds for the day-to-day administration of the institutions, which resulted in the improved physical structure of the Minna General Hospital and the IBB Specialist Hospital. However, these institutions have continued to grapple with the problem of inadequate manpower, especially Medical Doctors, Nurses and Pharmacists.
Nonetheless, the powers that be in the State, are determined to kick him out of office, ahead of 2019.
5. Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina State:
Masari’s administration has not been without criticisms, even with his developmental efforts. He has been attacked for spending huge funds on projects.
Masari, an APC Governor, recently came under intense pressure in the State, for painting a public school in the State with colours similar to his party’s flag. The decision by Masari to paint schools building with APC colour, came under criticism by the public, who believed the conventional public school colour should be maintained, as an identity peculiar to the schools.
Also, others cautioned Governor Masari to give priority to enhancing Teachers teaching capacity, and also provide teaching materials to these schools, before embarking on cosmetic painting of schools that will not have any effect on the students’ understanding during learning periods.
Sometime ago, Masari was hit by the Nigerian social media, for his empowerment scheme of distributing 720 high breed of goats worth N104 million to 240 women. This was calculated to be N144, 000 for a goat. He said that each of the 240 women selected across the 34 Local Governments, would be given two female goats and one male goat.

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