Traditional Rulers from all the five Local Government Areas in Kogi Central Senetorial District, have jointly given a nod to the second term bid of Governor Yahaya Bello.
They also collectively lauded his numerous achievements, top of which were security, infrastructures and Youth empowerment. They made this Known on Monday at the Government House in Lokoja, while they paid a courtesy and a solidarity visit to the
The delegation of traditional rulers from the Ohinoyi of Ebira, HRH Alhaji Ado Ibrahim led by the Ohi of Okengwe, HRH Alh Yusuf. A Yakub were joined by women Associations, youth bodies, market women and others from the fifty seven wards in kogi Central to applaud Governor Bello and pledge their total support for his re
They in their separate remarks affirmed that the security strategies of Governor Yahaya Bello have doused previously experienced threats to lives and properties within the region and was deserving of their support to consolidate on this achievement.
The traditional rulers also mentioned numerous projects facilitated and implemented by the Governor Bello led administration in the State which they all affirmed has impacted the lives of the citizens in the region.
Governor Bello in his response while speaking with newsmen said that the event was the coming together of traditional rulers, women, youths and other groups from the central region of the State in support of his second term re election.
The governor used the medium to reassure the citizens of the State his pledge not to fail them, stating that the event help reminded the people of where they were coming from, what has been achieved and the intentions of the government going forward.
Governor Bello expressed that his Government intends to build on the successes achieved in the coming years, clear outstanding issues, complete all infrastructures after the completed ones were duly commissioned.
The Governor also stated that his second term would largely focus on areas of human capital developments, which he believed would bring progress to the State.