The Commissioner in charge of Public Complaints Commission (PCC) in Benue, Alhaji Abubakar Tsav has vowed not to tender any apology for his comments about his state governor, Samuel Ortom.
Tsav insisted that he will not swallow his alleged damaging comments about Gov. Samuel Ortom as requested by the Tiv Traditional Council.
Tsav in the said letter accused the governor of “executive recklessness,” and privatization of the state.
The 10-page letter dated May 16th, titled “Whistleblowing: Stagnation of Benue State,” was addressed to Ortom.
However, the leadership of the PCC in the country and Tiv traditional council recently waded into the matter and tried to reconcile Tsav and Ortom.
But Tsav told newsmen that he would not heed the advice, saying, “I stand by what I wrote: they should take me to court, jail me, it is one of the prices of activism.
“I cannot at my age write a letter to say that what I wrote were lies, how would the members of the public take this, that I lied?
“I stand by what I wrote, they should take me to court or jail me, I am doing this for my people not for myself.