Governor of Kogi State, Capt. Idris Wada (Rtd) has dismissed insinuations that there is a face-off between him and the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) over ward congress in the state.
Also commenting on the issue of power rotation in the state which is now on the front burner, barely four months to the governorship election in the state, Wada
said the issue to him, was about equity and fairness, pointing out that no particular tribe has the monopoly of the leadership of any state.
"And if people say because of my gentle mien and pursuit of justice and equity, I cannot win election, may God give me the opportunity to stand for the election against them and they will see the result because I believe God almighty will stay behind me to win, if I contest," Wada