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2019: No Vacancy In Aso Rock – Kogi Gov



..Meets PMB’s support groups in Abuja

Kogi State governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, at the weekend declared that there is no vacancy in Aso Rock, saying Nigeria cannot afford to change President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019.

Addressing some Buhari support groups in Abuja on the president’s reelection bid, Bello said the second term of Buhari will benefit Nigeria and Nigerians, just as he urged Nigerians to believe in the manifesto of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

According to Bello, “the president has justified his mandate and deserves another term of four years”.

He said, “Let me thank you all for choosing to support the President. It shows your belief in the future of this great nation. I am also impressed that you are volunteers who are not driven by the material things you stand to gain.

“Those who want money know where to go. But those who want a greater Nigeria are with President Muhammadu Buhari. I urge you to preach this to all Nigerians that there is no vacancy in the Villa come 2019”.

Governor Bello also highlighted some of the achievements of the president to include infrastructural development, security and a revamped economy for the nation.

He continued: “Since they don’t want us to talk about the corruption of the past and the administrative reckless when they were in power, we will talk about what President Muhammadu Buhari has achieved.

“Through the Social Investment Programme, our nation has witnessed improved living condition for our citizens. Children are fed in schools, NPower is paying hundreds of thousands of our population, and Market Moni is expanding businesses.

“To a large extent, insurgency has been boxed to a corner. This is promise fulfilled. We have seen great improvement in road construction and our railways are now busy again. We have remodeled our Airports to international standards.

“Agriculture has been the magic wand that has helped our economy grow. We are prepared to keep supporting Mr President to promote agriculture and by so doing buoy up our economy.

“In Kogi State, Agriculture is doing magic. Our people are keying into the agricultural policies and programs of the Federal Government to empower our people. In February 2019, they will see how Kogites will show appreciation to Mr. President”.




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