A report by The Nation indicates that wives of the self-acclaimed winner of June 12, 1993, presidential election, late Chief MKO Abiola are likely to be put on pension by the federal government.
According to the report, a highly-placed government source at the weekend said Abiola’s running mate, Ambassador Babagana Kingibe also stands to benefit from the plan.
It was gathered that the idea will be presented to the National Assembly as an Executive Bill for passage.
Kola Abiola says
“This isn’t democracy his dad died for The current set of Nigerian leaders have been knocked over the state of the country and the democracy being practiced today”. Kola, one of the children of MKO Abiola made this known on Saturday, June 12, maintained that this wasn’t his late father and several Nigerians died for, The Punch reports The son of the acclaimed winner speaking at the Tribe Naija, 2021 Democracy Day Fireside chat, held in Abuja said he was not impressed with the current democracy, adding that it is not what people put their lives on the line for.