All Progressives Congress (APC), Governorship hopeful and son of late Prince Abubarka Audu, the former two time Governor of Kogi State, Mustapha Mona Audu has disclosed that he will not pay percentage Salary if given the mandate to rule Kogi come November.
Audu who made this known while addressing his supporters drawn from 21 Local Government Area of Kogi State in Lokoja on Sunday, assured the civil servants in the State that their salary payment would first line charge and would not be a percentage salary paying governor from 27th January 2020.
Audu lamented that he was not happy that civil servants are dropping dead as result of non payment of Salary, adding that the ugly trend will become a thing of the past when comes on board as the governor of Kogi State.
The son of late political icon noted that he is man with vision for emancipation of Kogi State, stressing that the State is deserved more that what the people of state are passing through now.
“It pained me to see civil servants drop dead in Kogi State. In Kogi State our liberation is at hand. We are here to stand up for our children and great grand children . We are ready to fight for your freedom and for justice,” Audu said.
He advocated for direct primaries in the State APC governorship primary, noting he is poises to bring victory back to Kogi State.
“Our government will be government for all of you. Women shall be given 50 percent affirmative positions. Kogi State shall be the example of Africa and I will eradicate poverty from the land”, he posited.