Kogi Central Group Tasks Ogori-Magongo Administrator on Effective Representation

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Top officials of Kogi Central Political Liberation (KCPL) has challenged the Administrator of Ogori-Magongo local government area, Hon. Moses Akande on grassroot development and effective representation.
The group made this known yesterday during an official inspection and commendation visit to the Administrator.
The President of KCPL, Prince Suleiman Adinoyi told the Administrator that the group sought to know what the council helmsman’s has done to upgrade education, health and rural development in his constituency.
He informed the Administrator that KCPL is a champion of peace, justice and quality representation in Kogi Central senatorial district.

The KCPL, he added, is a crusader of freedom from oppression or coercion who have been playing vital roles in bridging the age long ‘minority-majority’ syndrome in Kogi Central politics.

The Vice President, Dr. Muhammed Abdulazeez noted that KCPL has been working assiduously at the grassroots from wards to local government levels by serving as a conciliator between the government and the masses and political appointees and the masses by strengthening peace and curbing political incongruities.
Responding, the Administrator of Ogori Magongo, Hon. Moses Akande informed the group that he has made appreciable efforts to upgrade education, healthcare, agriculture and workers’ welfare in his council.
The council boss, however, lamented that his administration has had to contend with over N140 million debt inherited from past council administrations. This, he said, is a clog in the wheel of progress.
He said his past political responsibilities as a ward councillor and PDP chairman for Kogi Central prepared him for his current assignment.
Moses agreed with the group the the grassroots is vital to local government administration and has been his major focus since assumption of office. He said his people-centred development has always been in tandem with the practicals learned from Governor Yahaya Bello.
He stated that the KCPL group would be useful in discourse of peace and sensitizing people as elections draw closer. He informed the officials that he will always make him self available to support and work with KCPL to achieve her goals when the needs arise.
KCPL local government coordinators from Okene, Okehi, Adavi, Ajaokuta and Ogori-Magongo were part of the delegation on the inspection visit.



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