Kogi Gov’ship: People Will Feel Impact of Good Governance Within My First 100 Days in Office – Abejide

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Candidate of African Democratic Congress (ADC) in the November governorship election, Hon. Leke Abejide, has promised fix decayed infrastructures across Kogi state if elected.

Speaking at the palace of Olubunu of Bunu, Oba Joseph Ikusemoro, on Friday, Abejide decried the near non-existence of public infrastructures in Bunu land.

He promised that if elected governor on November 11, the people of Kogi state would begin feel the impact of good governance within his forst one hundred days in office.

Saddened by the hardship the people of Bunu district in the Kabba-Bunu local government area of Kogi state daily encounter as the main road leading to their communities is almost cut off, the ADC governorship candidate said he would fix the road within his first 100 days in office.

Abejide, who expressed worry why successive administrations in the state have completely abandoned the road which was first constructed in early 60s, said the road aside from linking major communities has a great economic benefits to the state.

The governorship candidate who came to seek for royal blessings from the royal father promised to transform the state, establish industries that will make the state an industrial hub in the country.

Responding, Oba Ikusemoro said his domain has always been abandoned by various administrations and listed some basic amenities like good roads, portable water, electricity, modern markets which his people are lacking.

He urged political gladiators to eschew violence and play by the rule.

Abejide, while addressing a mammoth crowd at a rally in Demonstration Primary school, Kabba, urged the people to come en- mass and vote for the ADC in the November 11 governorship election.

He said as a lawmaker, he has touched lives of the common man in the street especially widows, orphans and underprivileged under his various empowerment programmes and said if elected, he make a positive difference.

Abejide said if elected, non payment of workers’ salaries and gratuities of pensioners will become the thing of the past and that every community in the state will be provided with a pipe borne water.

He also promised to make Kogi state the basket food of the nation as he would provide modern farming equipment to embark on mechanized farming that will provide employment opportunities for youths and women.


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