Democracy is working in Kogi, says Ex-PDP Chair, Sen Ahmadu Ali
The former National Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party Senator Amadu Ali says democracy is working in Kogi state.
Speaking at a Town Hall meeting to mark the 2nd Anniversary of Captain Idris Wada he said that the Kogi state Governor must be commended for finishing projects left behind by his predecessor.
According to him, this singular honour indicated that Captain Wada is working as he called on the people of the state to continue giving him adequate support so that he can move the state forward.
He stressed gone are the days when unfinished projects are left behind as he called on other governors in the country to emulate Captain Idris Wada.
He called on the Governor to always remain focus and called on PDP supporters in the state to continue supporting the party so that in every elections PDP comes victorious.
Also speaking at the occasion Alhaji Ibrahim Dirisu (rtd)commended the governor Captain Idris Wada saying that the people of Kogi state are fully behind the governor.
Real Admiral Dirisu who spoke on behalf of the people of Kogi West said Captain Wada is ready to do more for the people as he appeal to those who have not join the winning team to come and join the team.
Also,speaking, the former Deputy Governor of Kogi state, Chief Patric Adava who spoke on behalf of the people of Kogi Central said any thing the governor do was done with fear of God and objectivity.
He said projects in the state are well distributed across all the three Senatorial Districts of the state as he called on the Governor to continue to remain focus so that dividend of democracy spread across the state.
The ALCON Chairman in the state, Mr. Alosious Okino said the cooperation they have with the Governor is commendable as he thanked the Governor for all his effort toward transforming rural areas especially the Yad 4 Kogi programmes which he said has taken a loot of boarding away from them.
He also commended the Governor in the area of agricultural transformation which has come to stay in the state.
Senator Nurudeen Obatemi who spoke on behalf of members of the National Assembly said he coming on board of Captain Idris Wada was full of challenges adding that they at the National Assembly appreciate what he has been doing in the state.
He commended him for working relationship with his deputy stressing that they have been able to transform the state since he came on board.
He mentioned that he hope that at the end of his first tenure in government the state would have witness tremendous progress and achievements adding that they will continue to support his administration.
“In two years you have been able to move the state in center of discuss. Our governor have identified the need to be with the federal government as no decision is taken today at the federal government without the impute of Captain Idris Wada” he said.