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Governor Danbaba Danfulani Suntai, Is Missing

The acting governor of Taraba State, Alhaji Garba Umar, has
disclosed that his principal, Governor Danbaba Danfulani
Suntai, is missing.
Umar, who stated this yesterday in Jalingo during a media
chat with journalists, said that he had not set his eyes on his
boss, Governor Suntai, since he was smuggled into the
country by a certain cabal.
“Few of my aides and I were already at the domestic wing of
the airport to receive my boss but, unknowingly to me, the
cabal was already waiting at the international wing of the
airpot where the plane conveying my boss was directed to
land.
When I got to know that the plane landed at the international
wing, I rushed to the place to receive him, but he was in a
jeep which immediately drove him to T.Y. Danjuma Lodge,”
he said.
He added that the cabal, which surrounded the ailing Suntai,
was holding him hostage in order to hold onto power to the
detriment of his health.
He called on citizens of state to eschew religious differences
and work towards unity in the state.
“I thank God this year’s sallah was peaceful; peace has
returned to some of the crisis areas in the state. And I have
also constituted a reconciliation committee to ensure that
those who fled their homes because of crisis return,” he
noted.
He assured sons and daughters of the state that his
administration would continue to work to ensure that all
Tarabans enjoys the dividend of democracy.
However, a former commissioner for information in the state,
Mr. Emmanuel Bello, told LEADERSHIP on phone that
Suntai was not missing.
He explained that governor Suntai was doing well and would
soon return to the state to continue his business of
governance.
“Since our dear governor returned from his medical trip, he
has been at the Governor’s Lodge, otherwise called T.Y.
Danjuma House, located at Asokoro in Abuja,” Bello said.
He stressed that the acting governor, Umar, was only waiting
for this tenure to elapse, and that after the expiration of
Suntai’s administration that brought him as deputy governor,
he would pack his luggage out of Government House.
Efforts to speak with Governor Suntai’s senior special
adviser on media and publicity, Mr. Slyvanus Giwa, were
futile as his telephone lines were not going through at the
time of filing this report.

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