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Taraba governor begs residents for forgiveness

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Taraba State Governor, Darius Dickson Ishaku, has humbly asked the people of Taraba for forgiveness after ruling the state for eight years.

Speaking at a thanksgiving service organized by the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Taraba State chapter, Governor Ishaku acknowledged that he may have inadvertently offended some individuals during his tenure as the Executive Governor.

During the service, the governor expressed his happiness that his mantra of “Give Me Peace, and I will Give You Development” had taken firm roots in the minds of the people of Taraba.

He implored the people to let the spirit of peace, love, and forgiveness guide their attitudes, actions, and relations with their fellow citizens.

This is not the first time Governor Ishaku has publicly sought forgiveness from the people of Taraba.

During a Special Easter Thanksgiving Service at the Anglican Church Mayo Dasa in Jalingo, the state capital, he knelt before the congregation and asked for forgiveness from all those he may have offended during his eight-year administration.

Governor Ishaku explained that as a leader who had ruled the state for almost eight years, it was possible that he might have offended some people either knowingly or unknowingly while discharging his duties as the Executive Governor.

He further stated that seeking forgiveness is a Biblical principle, and he was only doing what was right.

“I am asking those I have offended to forgive me. I did this in the House of God, and if they did not forgive me, it is between them and God,” Governor Ishaku added.

While thanking God for granting him the wisdom to serve the people of Taraba effectively, Governor Ishaku urged the citizens to support and cooperate with his successor, Lt. Col. Kefas Agbu (Rtd), to enable him to succeed in his tenure as the Executive Governor.

This article was updated 1 month ago

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