Yakubu Gowon reveals his biggest mistake while in power — AdeLove.com|Best Nigerian Blog

Yakubu Gowon, former Head of State, has said his biggest regret was not allocating lands to himself while in power. Gowon made the disclosure on Tuesday in Abuja at the 26th anniversary exhibition and commemoration of the movement of the seat of government from Lagos to Abuja. He also lamented that despite been the initiator…

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