A member of the House of Representatives from Kogi state David Zacharia (APC) has said Governor Yahaya Bello should be considered for another term to finish the capital and human development programmes he started in his first term across the state.
Zacharia made this known in an interview while reacting to the outcome of the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primary election in the state in which Bello won.
Zacharia, who represents Idah federal constituency in Kogi, said that Bello might not have performed as expected by some people, he did his best in office.
“Why the second term should be given to him is because we that are around him are trying to push him to do more of what he has done.
“It is not that he had performed more than any other person, but there is a process that the man is following and we want to give him a second chance to see what he can do more.
“There are many steps he has taken, we are watching and following to make sure he completes them,” he said.
Zacharia charged all the critics of Bello to come to the state and see the reality of things rather than depending on rumour.
The parliamentarian said that there were many problems in the state before Bello became governor and he had done a lot to address them.
Zacharia expressed satisfaction with the process of the APC governorship primary that gave Bello victory to become the candidate of the party in the state ahead of the November 16 election.
According to him, observers are satisfied and have testified that the normal procedure was followed during the primary. (NAN)