By Abu Mike.
The recent global economic recession has shown that the task ahead of leaders who govern there state's is no doubt tough and arduous. Little wonder many analysts are of the view that with the contrasting state of revenue allocation from the federation account, commendation must go to Captain Idris Wada the Kogi State Governor for his prudent use of resources.
Regardless that opposition politicians would climb over the mountain to smear the person of the Governor, Capt Idris Wada, needs to be praised.
Recent revelation has shown that in an attempt to improve infrastructures, and to also impress the people, the future of several states in the country has now been mortgaged.
In Lagos State for example, Raji Fashola left a debt of over N500 billion in his hand over note. Similarly, Sule Lamido in Jigawa State handed over a liability of about N200 billion. In Kebbi state, Rivers and other States, the figures is still in dispute as some of them will for the next hundred years to come continue with debt repayment.