Taraba state governor, Darius Ishaku has said his administration in the last six years has been able to do more with the little resources it had.
The governor who spoke in Jalingo, the state capital in a media chat, described his timeline in the corridors of power as a “success with tears.”
He however scored himself 80% in both human and capital development, adding that the remaining two years he has to govern the state would be used to complete pending projects.
According to him, “The six years so far have been a success with tears. Tears in the sense that I wish I had more resources and an enabling environment.
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