Taraba State Governor Returns Home After 87 Days   
Darius Ishaku

Taraba State Governor Returns Home After 87 Days   

Funsho Akinwale

The Taraba State Governor, Darius Ishaku, on Thursday, returned to the state 87 days after travelling.

Danjuma Adamu, the Commissioner of Information, who confirmed the news to the media, said the state was in jubilation when the governor returned home.

Ishaku was given a historic welcome by his people, especially the committee set up by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the executive members who worked together to give the governor a grand reception.

The governor, who landed at the Danbaba Suntai Airport, Jalingo, around 4:00 pm, was welcome by his party chieftains and exco officials.

Ishaku’s supporters and political allies, who wore customised face caps and T-shirts with his portrait in anticipation of his arrival, were all lined up to show solidarity to their governors.

The governor, according to informed sources, was down with an undisclosed ailment.

He later relocated to Abuja where he spent 87 days to get proper medical care

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