Kogi 2019: I am The Only Aspirant That Can Beat Gov. Yahaya Bello – Sunday Umoru

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The Eju Attah of the United States of America and Canada, Chief Sunday Umoru has declared his intention to challenge Governor Yahaya Bello in the 2019 Kogi state gubernatorial election.

Umoru, a business tycoon, is contesting under the platform of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

In a short statement, Umoru declared confidently that he is the only aspirant that can defeat incumbent Governor Bello in 2019 contest.

“I have come to serve and I am the only governorship aspirant that can beat Gov. Yahaya Bello come 2019, and change the change,” he said.

Meanwhile, the coordinator of Kogi Emancipation Network, Mr. Enedubiojo Usman has described Umoru as a competent hand to lead the state.

He stated that Umoru is desire to liberate the people from the pains foisted on them by the Yahaya Bello administration is the driving force behind his ambition.

“Chief Sunday Umoru, is a thorough dedicated professional and business tycoon who did not suddenly entered the murky water of politics, but through a process and the desire to salvage his people, especially the people of Kogi State from the clutches of excruciating pains being hoisted on them by the present administration of Governor Yahaya Bello.

“He is among a few politicians who have waited patiently in the wings before arriving at the decision to present himself for service.

“He is not a gate-crasher, but his life exposure has prepared him for the number one job in Kogi State, to confront and to proffer lasting solutions that will turn around the economic quagmire of the state for the best, as the current ‘happenings’ in the State is uncalled for, because of the enormous natural resources that Kogi state is endowed with.

“Many could come with high flattering words but personality is better option which Chief Sunday Umoru, the Eju Attah of the United States of America and Canada has. Chief Sunday Umoru has simply hearkened to the cry for rescue by the people of Kogi State to run, and has offered himself for service,” he said.


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