The Coalition of Gombe State Indigenes has faulted Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka’s verdict that the state Governor, Ibrahim Dankwambo, has performed well.
The indigenes, in a statement on Wednesday, advised the Enugu-based Catholic priest to visit Gombe first before reaching such a conclusion.
According to them, rather than consolidate on the developmental strides of his predecessors, Dankwambo has reversed the fortunes of the state.
They said Mbaka was not correct in his assessment that Dankwambo, based on his performance in Gombe, would make a better President than President Muhammadu Buhari.
The indigenes were reacting to the Catholic priest’s suggestion that Nigeria needed a capable President as opposed to Buhari, who, he said, had failed.