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Kogi Gov-elect Tasked On Good Governance

Posted: Jan 26, 2016 at 7:17 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)
By Patience Ogbodo-Iwuagwu, Bauchi
The  governor-elect of Kogi state, Alhaji Yahaya Bello has been charged fairness and justice in the governance of the state when sworn in.
The advise was given by Ebira Community
Association(ECA),in Bauchi state on Monday when they came in their hundreds to attend a special prayer session organised by the ECA  for the governor-elect in Bauchi.
They urged the governor elect to place high premium on the maintenance of  peace and security of the state as well as  entrench good governance to win the confidence of the people in the incoming government.
Speaking during the occasion,the chairman of the Association,Alhaji Idris Danyaro Oga’ana said that the incoming government must reflect the feelings of a wide spectrum of the society to enable it carry out its programmes,policies and projects effectively for the overall benefit of the people of the state.
According to the chairman, ‘‘ we pledge our unalloyed support for the incoming administration of Alhaji Yahaya Bello,and urge the governor-elect to ensure that adequate security,peace and tranquility prevails in the three senatorial districts of  Kogi state as well as extend  hands of fellowship to all those who contested with him and even other political parties and beyond for the betterment of Kogi state and the nation in general’’.
‘‘What Kogi state needs now is government to bring about economic prosperity and social development,we therefore  called on the entire citizens of the state to jettison their religious,ethnic and political differences and support the governor and his deputy to enable them actualize their dream of taking Kogi state to greater heights’’.
Oga’ana who expressed his peoples’ confidence said  ‘‘ the incoming adminstration will engender purposeful leadership and commitment to socio-economic development of the state’’.
He called on the governor-elect to evolve pragmatic programmes that would harness the rich economic potentials of the state, particularly in rural areas.