Kogi 2019: I Have Deposited My PVC At My Village Shrine- Johnson Musa

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Ahead of 2019 general election, a renowned grassroot mobilizer and philanthropist, Mr Johnson Musa said he has deposited his permanent Voters card (PVC) at his village shrine for safe keeping.
Mr Johnson made this statement on a popular Kogi WhatsApp group, Kogi State in Focus while reacting to the victory of the Peoples Democratic Party candidate in the recently concluded Osun west Senatorial district by-election Dr Ademola Adeleke.
He said the victory of the PDP in a state governed by the APC is a clear indication that the people are not happy with the governor of Osun state Ogheni Rauf Aregbesola who is said to be owing several months of salary and pension arrears.
“Events of the past in Kogi state has made the PVC a valuable asset as the people of the state are set to effect the
desired change of governance through the instrumentality of their PVC.
“If armed robbers comes to your House and ask for your PVC or your Money, please give them your money as the PVC is more valuable and needed”, Johnson said.
Kogi state government under the leadership of Governor Yahaya Bello is owing civil servants and pensioners over one year salary and pension arrears.
Mr Johnson enjoins Kogites to go out and register and to also keep their voters card safe in order to have a voice and be part of history in Kogi come 2019.

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