Immediate past Governor of Plateau State, Jonah Jang, yesterday said he is ready to give account of his tenure in office so long as the process is without bias and free of predetermined outcomes.
The former governor was reacting to the inauguration of a commission of inquiry by the state government to probe his eight years’ administration.
In a statement issued by his media aide Clinton Garuba, Jang, who is now the senator representing Plateau North, said he was studying the composition and terms of reference of the Judicial Commission as constituted by Governor Simon Lalong, so as to take an informed decision.
He, however, stressed that his good works, legacies and good intention while serving as governor, would surely outlive him.
Jang was governor of the middle-belt state from 2007-2015.
The statement noted that; “as at the last count, the Judicial Commission of Inquiry is the fifth committee Lalong has constituted, mandated, empowered, and inaugurated to probe the tenure of the former governor and like the rest before it, nothing would be gained except the visible characteristics of all associated with power acquired by accident…so much money has been expended in what is now a wild goose chase”.