Kogi @ 31, Speaker Kolawole Congratulates Governor Yahaya Bello

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By Sunday Ajayi – Lokoja
Speaker of the Kogi State House of Assembly and Candidate of the ruling All Progressive Congress for Kabba/Bunu/Ijumu Federal Constituency in the forthcoming general elections in 2023, Rt. Hon. Matthew Kolawole has congratulated Governor Yahaya Bello on the occasion of the thirty one (31) years anniversary of the creation of Kogi State by the then Military President, Ibrahim Babangida in 1991.

In a press statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Femi Olugbemi and made available to newsmen in Lokoja, the Speaker said Governor Yahaya Bello has become the architect of the modern Kogi State which has placed the state on a higher pedestal in the area of infrastructural developmentsl in the health, education, roads sectors.

He described the Governor as a visionary and purposeful leader who went out of his way to reposition the state for the benefit of all irrespective of their tribe, religion and political affiliations.

He said his efforts to secure the state against all odds demonstrates his commitments and love towards the people of the state, hence his giant strides in all sectors of the state economy will continue to be a testimony in years to come.

Matthew Kolawole pledged on behalf of his colleagues to continue to partner and collaborate with other arms of government in the state for the administration to continue to do more for the people, noting that the seventh assembly under his watch will continue to make laws that will promote good governance of the state.

He used the occasion to congratulate the founding fathers for their giant efforts to have a state called Kogi in 1991, urging all Kogites to continue to support and cooperate with the current administration in the state to consolidate on its achievements so far, stressing that they should continue to have faith in the ruling All Progressive Congress in the state.




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