I’ll put you in the best hotels to enjoy – Kogi ADC guber candidate to traditional rulers (Video)

The African Democratic Congress (ADC) governorship candidate in Kogi state, Leke Abejide has promised to respect and give traditional leaders a treat if he wins the forthcoming Nov. 11th election.

Abejide said that as governor, he will make sure that whenever they visit him, he will lodge them in the best hotels so that they can enjoy yourself.

The ADC gubernatorial candidate stated this on Monday while addressing the traditional rulers, saying that he will not let them suffer.

He said; “I will respect all my traditional rulers, I will give you the due respect that is needed. I will make sure anytime I invite you, I will put you in the best hotel for you to enjoy yourself. I will not go and put you inside sun.”

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Meanwhile, in another news…

Spiritual director, Adoration Ministries, Enugu, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka has warned politicians not to attend his forthcoming annual bazaar if they would not donate money.

The controversial Catholic Priest issued a stern warning to the political elites during one of his church programmes.

In a veiled attack on Peter Obi of the Labour Party, who he described at last year’s bazaar as a ‘stingy man’, Mbaka said he didn’t want someone who would come attend and refuse to break cola.

Mbaka said; On 12th November, we will have a bazaar. The agenda is mega wealth. Not meager, mega wealth. Everyone should go and prepare well for it. Save what you will use to show God appreciation. At least once in a year, you show appreciation to God.

Come along with all our friends. Don’t come with someone who will be bad luck for us. Or someone who will come here to make trouble. Or someone who will come here that day and refuse to break cola.

What we have that day is giving money to God. If you know you wouldn’t want to participate in it, don’t come. Bazaar has a spirit that accompanies it. When we see you, you will be given a microphone to come and kill a cow for God. It’s not an insult, it’s a …for God.