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No Vacancy in Kogi Govt. House Till 2055, APC Chieftain Tells Melaye

by Inclusive News Network

The Convener, Kogi Must Be Greater Movement, Pastor Innocent Ihiovi has pointed out that there is no vacancy in the Kogi State Government House till 2055.

Ihiovi said that residents of Kogi State are in support of measures taken by Governor Bello to strengthen the security architecture and infrastructural development of the state.

Speaking in Lokoja, capital of the state yesterday, Ihiovi, an All Progressives Congress Chieftain said Bello has lived above his campaign promises.

Ihiovi, who Pastors a Christ Embassy branch said Governor Bello has endeared himself to Kogi residents, such that people of the state do not reckon with other political parties.

He said the party is strategically set to retain the governorship seat after this year’s gubernatorial election in the state.

Ihiovi said Governor Bello has scored excellently in infrastructural development, adding that he has managed the ethnic groups in Kogi.

Pastor Ihiovi, while commending Bello noted that the 2-term Governor has also promoted religious tolerance in the State.

The APC Chieftain also said the Governor, in 2020 managed the Covid-19 pandemic well, despite the spread of the virus.

“Governor Bello made thought-provoking decisions during the Covid-19 days others avoided”, he said.

The Pastor said Bello in his leadership role, has encouraged women participation in politics of Kogi.

Ihiovi therefore appealed to women and voters in the State to vote for continuity, by supporting Alh. Ododo Ahmed Usman, the APC gubernatorial candidate in Kogi.

He said Usman will continue with the good deeds of Bello, for all round success.

He appealed to voters to reject the gubernatorial candidate of the opposition parties in the forthcoming elections because of the failure of the parties.

“I implore you to ignore opposition parties, who have been jumping from one party to the other for their selfish interest”, he said.

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