Impeached Adamawa governor, Murtala Nyako vow not to withdraw controversial memo to President Jonathan

The former Governor of Adamawa State, Murtala Nyako has vowed that he would not withdraw his controversial memo to the northern Governors forum even on his death- bed.

This was disclosed by the former spokesman of Nyako , Ahmed Sajoh, in Yola , following the reports speculated that the former governor may be arrested and charged for treason or felony against his controversial memo that appears incisive.

Nyako had in his memo accused President Goodluck Jonathan's administration of genocide against the North because the memo claimed Jonathan administration have the full knowledge of those behind the wanton killings of innocent citizens but attributed same to Boko Haram.

Sajoh over the weekend has stressed that the information at their disposal had now confirmed that the Presidency and the Peoples Democratic Party were the brain behind Nyako’s impeachment.

Read: Gov. Nyako slams President Jonathan over blame game


  1. Anyim Tony Chiodo22 July 2014 at 20:55

    Whether Nyako withdraw his memo or nt does nt make any change 4 all i care.He should go 2 hell


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