I keep wondering about the importance of the general belief that Kogi State has 32 out of the 38 solid minerals in Nigeria, but yet remain largely undeveloped and stands as the second poorest State in the Country?
This is a case of the fool being thirsty in the abundance of waters. The solution is now here.
Let us replicate the Republic of China that makes use of her massive population as a tool for rapid development.
Kogi State under the leadership of Dr. Bolufemi will embark on massive extraction of a number of minerals to boost the volume of Internally Generated Revenue (IGR).
Surely, an Industrialised Kogi state is not only possible, but desirable.