“I learned a lot at Kuje Prison” - Nyame, former Taraba governor

My Kuje Prison experience made me a better leader – Former Taraba State Governor Jolly Nyame

Former Taraba State Governor, Pastor Jolly Taboro Nyame, has revealed what he learned while serving his sentence at the Kuje Correctional Center in Abuja.

Mr Naimeh made the revelation during a thanksgiving service held at the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN Secretariat in Jalingo, the Taraba State capital.

The former governor has vowed to emerge as a more capable leader after his imprisonment if given a second chance to lead national politics.

He explained that the experience taught him valuable lessons and made him a better leader for the people of Taraba State.

Nyame said, “I learned a lot during my time at Kuje Prison and in the hospital. If I am given another opportunity to lead the people of Taraba State, I will use the experience I have gained to do a better job.”

He emphasized the importance of faith and resilience and advised leaders to stand strong in the face of challenges.

Nyame, who served only four years of a 14-year sentence, said his imprisonment was politically motivated.

He called on Nigerians to be prudent with their spending and called on the government to prioritize policies that improve the lives of its people.

Source: dailypost.ng

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