The National Council for Muslim Youths Organisation, NACOMYO, has called on Nigerians, especially indigenes of Enugu, Taraba and Cross River, to pray for their governors to overcome their health challenges.
The organisation’s National President, Kamal’din Akintunde, said on Monday in Abeokuta that the absence of the governors was affecting the development of their states.
He said that the continued absence of the governors from official duties would hinder progress and accelerated economic growth in the states.
The NACOMYO boss called on the governors to be courageous and apply constitutional provisions by stepping aside.
“This is more so where they are incapacitated; at least in the overall interest of the people, even though it is a hard decision to take, it is the most honourable and patriotic.
“Stepping aside is a meritorious act; it will also make them concentrate on their health,” he said.
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