Building the Kogi of Our Dreams: Governor Ododo’s Inauguration Speech Spells Hope for Unity and Progress

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The newly inaugurated Executive Governor of Kogi State, His Excellency Ahmed Usman Ododo, delivered a compelling inaugural address on Saturday, the 27th of January, 2024. In his speech, Governor Ododo expressed gratitude to the people of the state for the trust bestowed upon him to lead at this crucial moment in history.

He humbly acknowledged the enviable achievements of his predecessors and emphasized the pivotal role played by his mentor, His Excellency Yahaya Bello, in setting the foundation for the state’s progress. The governor also paid tribute to other former leaders and figures who contributed significantly to the development of Kogi State.

Governor Ododo assured the people of Kogi State of his commitment to delivering on the expectations placed on his administration. He emphasized the importance of unity, progress, and equity in the state, promising to govern with transparency, accountability, and fairness for all citizens.

The governor outlined a comprehensive vision for the future of Kogi State, focusing on economic growth, infrastructure development, and social welfare. He pledged to prioritize the well-being of the people, create job opportunities, and strengthen the state’s economy through strategic partnerships and investment opportunities.

Furthermore, Governor Ododo called for collaboration with opposition parties and invited all stakeholders to work together towards building a more prosperous and united Kogi State.

In closing, the governor urged the people of Kogi State to join him in realizing the collective dream of a better future, emphasizing the importance of unity and determination in achieving the state’s potential.

With his eloquent and inspiring inaugural address, Governor Ododo set the tone for his administration, offering hope for a brighter and more prosperous future for the people of Kogi State.




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