The Bauchi State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) is claiming that the incumbent Governor of the State, Bala Mohammed of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), wasted his first 100 days in office.
The opposition party, in a statement signed by the state Publicity Secretary, Adamu Aliyu Jallah, and made available to newsmen in Bauchi on Wednesday, said Bala’s administration had nothing to show for the number of days he had spent in office.
Jallah also alleged in the statement that the 9th March, 2019 gubernatorial election was mischievously declared as inconclusive by the Independent National Electoral Commission to suspiciously favour the PDP.
He said, “Since his inauguration on May 29, 2019, the governor has demonstrated a lack of focus, seriousness, and zeal to perform. He believes in dishing rhetorical statements and fanning egocentrism rather than performance.
“Although, of recent, in desperation to cajole people and reduce them to a laughing stock, he hurriedly embarked on groundbreaking ceremonies of road construction while going to donor agencies for support and claims the state has the resources to keep them floating.
“Sincerely, we cannot score Governor Bala Mohammed more than 20 per cent. This implies that his 100 days in office has been nothing but a waste. The only people who are satisfied with his performance are the PDP and their leaders.”