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Impeached Governor Nyako Vows Not To Withdraw Controversial Memo To President

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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  on Sunday, 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.

Reports say security agents, had been combing Yola and Abuja looking for the Impeached Adamawa State Governor, Murtala Nyako, as the governor is said to be on the run.

Nyako’s security aides are said to have ferried him out of Yola to an undisclosed location the same day he was sacked from office.

Although, many believe that the former governor was still in Yola, other sources claim he had travelled to Saudi Arabia while some say he is in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory.

Nyako’s spokesman, Sajoh Ahmed who said he doesn’t know the were about of his boss speaking to Vanguard Newspaper said. “Governor is not on the run. He left Yola on the same day of the impeachment. I don’t know where he is at the moment. I am now in my own house. It is wrong to say he is on the run,” he said.

Saturday Vanguard’s investigation revealed that the federal authorities were considering the option of declaring Nyako wanted as a last resort to compel him to come out and face the gamut of charges prepared against him by both the office of the Attorney General of the Federation and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

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