Former Taraba State Governor, Rev. Jolly Tavoro Nyame, revealed what he learned while serving his jail terms in the Kuje correctional centre.

Nyame spoke during a Thanksgiving service that took place at the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN secretariat in Jalingo.

The former governor vowed to emerge as a more capable leader following his incarceration if given a second chance to preside over the affairs of the state.

He declared that the experience had bestowed invaluable lessons, shaping him into a better potential leader for the people of Taraba State.

Nyame stated, “I learned a lot while in Kuje Prison and in the hospital. If given another opportunity to lead the people of Taraba State, I will do better because of the experience I have gained.”

He stressed the significance of faith and resilience, advising leaders to stand strong in the face of challenges.

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

Amidst personal reflections, he delivered a message of hope and unity for Nigerians, emphasizing the importance of prayer and faith in the nation’s future.

On his personal journey, Nyame urged Nigerians to be prudent in their expenses while calling on the government to prioritize policies that enhance citizens’ lives.

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