Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State on Wednesday disclosed that he is ready to forgive former National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Adams Oshiomhole if he apologises for his statement against him.
The Peoples Democratic Party Governor stated this while speaking with newsmen during the distribution of 46 vehicles to 23 local government chairmen and leaders of the State House of Assembly in Makurdi.
Oshiomhole was sued after he stated that the Benue State Governor has a hand in the death of two Catholic priests and parishioners at Mbalom community, Gwer East Local Government Area of the State.
The presiding judge, Justice Augustine Ityonyiman, on Tuesday adjourned the case until October 29, 2020, for the report of settlement.
Ortom noted that he would only forgive the former APC Chairman if he uses the same news medium to apologies and also publishes the apology.