Alleged Betrayal of Igala Agenda, Mona Audu Fumes, Urges Kogites to Unites for Development
Prince Mustapha Mona Audu, (PMMA), has vehemently denied accusations of betrayal circulating on social media in a viral audio record.
The audio recording alleged that Mona, alongside his elder brother Shuaib Audu and Ododo Ahmed Usman, the All Progressives Congress Kogi guber candidate, spent several days in Lagos attempting to meet with the incoming Nigerian President, Ahmed Bola Tinubu. The speaker claimed that Mona sought to promise Tinubu that he would frustrate the Igala agenda.
However, the former governorship candidate has refuted these claims, asserting that he is unaware of the speaker’s allegations and vehemently denies any involvement in discussing Kogi Politics in Lagos let alone, betraying the Igala Kingdom.
Addressing the allegations, PMMA firmly emphasized that he has not yet taken a stance on the forthcoming Kogi election, as he has been primarily focused on national politics to ensure that the dividends of democracy reach his people.
Mona expressed his unwavering commitment to the development of Igala land and the entire Kogi State. He urged the public to dismiss the allegations as baseless and coming from malicious elements who failed to verify the identities of those they saw in Lagos.
Furthermore, he clarified that he is in no way associated, affiliated, or engaged in any negotiations or discussions related to Kogi politics while in Lagos. He called on individuals to exercise caution and verify the names and identities of those in Lagos before spreading rumors and fake news.
As a critical national politician, Prince Mona Audu emphasized his dedication to governance at the national level, stating, “There is a tremendous amount of work to do in rebuilding our great nation.”
The allegations against Prince Mustapha Mona Audu have been met with skepticism, with many questioning the authenticity and motives behind the viral audio recording. The public is encouraged to approach such unverified information with caution and to rely on credible sources for accurate and reliable news.
Prince Mustapha Mona Audu’s commitment to the development and progress of Igala land and Kogi State remains unwavering, and he looks forward to contributing positively to the betterment of his community and the nation at large.