Moses Bako: Governor Wada deserves another term for his achievements

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The Senior Special Assistant II to Kogi State governor for Lokoja Local Government Area, Honorable Moses Bako, has eulogized the state governor Idris Wada for his focus and straightforward in handling the affairs of state.

Gov Wada procures nomination form for reelection
Gov Wada procures nomination form for reelection

Bako, who is the founder of Wada Is Working Initiative (WIWI) said: “despite various comments from various quarters, governor Wada has remained focused on his mission to really transform the state which he has consistently concentrated in achieving, against all odds without any form of distractions.

“This exemplified him and stands him out as a seasoned governor and administrator,” he extolled.

Hon Bako has also commended the state governorship primary election and congratulated the governor for his victory in the primary.

He said:”Wada is a silent achiever. His strength lies in human and resources management. Despite the financial challenges faced by the government, he ensures that the standard of living of an average Kogi person get better.”

The former senior special adviser to Lokoja Local Government Area on Youths and Sports also the praised all the delegates from Lokoja and the leaders for their supports which was Demonstrated during the primary election.

Bako who doubles as the Chairman of Confluence Queens Supporters Club called on all Kogi people to support the return of governor Wada after the first phase has been concluded and should continue for the forthcoming election on November 21.

“All hands must be on deck now to ensure that the party and governor Wada succeeds in the Nov 21 governorship elections.”

The chairman of Save Women Football Foundation further charged all the PDP members and the entire indigenes of the state to use their Permanent Voters Cards to vote Governor Wada back to office.

“Wada’s come back will open us to many opportunities like the long awaited power shift in 2019 as he has just four years more to consolidate on what he is doing presently.

“I have seen in him a complete gentleman who does not lie but ready to defend the integrity of Kogi State. I am convinced that his coming back will be for the prosperity of the state,” he submitted.

The former Lokoja Ward A chairman thanked the governor for the privilege given him to serve his people and equally promised to do more.

He advised youths in the area to conduct themselves in a peaceful manner and to refuse being used by political casanovas, noting that they are the future hope of the state.

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