Former Governor Murtala Nyako of Adamawa State has asserted that he has been vindicated in view of what had so far happened since his removal up to the defeat of former president, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Nyako disclosed this while addressing his supporters at his residence in Yola, who came to welcome him back to the state after his self-exile abroad for months.
Nyako left the state on self-exile to sojourn abroad so as to escape from his political enemies following his impeachment in June last year by the Adamawa State House of Assembly over allegations of corruption and misappropriation of the state funds.
The impeachment which was alleged supported by the PDP federal government under former president Jonathan was the fallout of a letter written by Nyako to the former president accusing him of genocide against the Northern region of the country.
Nyako said he advised the former president of very vital issues that would have helped Jonathan’s former administration but he was offended, adding that this led to the removal of the president and the PDP from power. “We advised them (Jonathan administration) but they took offense and they have seen the result”, he said.
He called on Adamawa people to support the present administration of Alhaji Mohammadu Buhari who has been his boss in the military, adding that he knows that Buhari is reliable and will deliver the dividend of democracy to Nigerians.
Nyako said he has not embezzled any state fund, saying that he has no money hidden anywhere around the world. He however challenged anybody who knows where he is hiding money to come and reveal same to the world.
There was wild celebration amidst supporters and well wishers as Nyako arrived the Yola International Airport Saturday. The former governor, who arrived Yola around 11am, drove straight in a convoy to the Specialist Hospital and Federal Medical Centre Yola to console the victims of Thursday’s bomb blast.
Addressing a crowd of supporters who followed him to the scene of the blast and the hospitals Nyako thanked them for the show of support and solidarity. The former governor condemned the bomb blast adding that the action of the perpetrators was inhuman and barbaric; beyond human imagination.


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