Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State has revealed that he has no dream of holding any other political office after the end of his second tenure as the governor of the State.
Sule who made this known while speaking on his recent victory at the Supreme Court during an interview on Channels Television programme, ‘Politics Today’ on Friday, said he had no plan of becoming a Senator or President, adding that that would allow him to have time to do whatever he wants to do after his second tenure.
According to him, he only had a dream of becoming a governor, telling people to keep the interview clip for future reference, if he does anything otherwise after leaving office as the governor of the state.
He said, “I came in only to be a governor. I did not come in to be a chairman, a senator or a member of the House of Representatives. I don’t have any dreams for those offices.
“I have no dream of becoming even president. I have no dreams of that. I can tell you categorically that Abdullahi Sule would not go for Senate after leaving office. By the time I finish my eight years, I can do whatever I want to do.
“You can take it from me confidently that I have no intention to run for the office of a senator. You can keep this tape and play it one day.”