As The 4+4=8 Movement Landed in Kupa yesterday, The people of KUPA district of Lokoja Local Government Area of Kogi State have endorsed the incumbent governor of the state, CAPT IDRIS Wada for re-election.
At the palace of Alhaji Maiyaki Kupa, the district head of KUPA, the traditional ruler described CAPT Wada as a true representation of democratic leader. He said, security was one of their challenges in the area but since the emergence of CAPT Wada, the district, just like any other part of the state has remained peaceful.
“We have been enjoying peace since you become the governor of kogi state, we used to have crisis with the herdsmen but since your emergence as governor, the people of KUPA have been sleeping with their eyes closed. I commend you for your uncommon transformation and for safeguarding the lives and properties of the people of the state. You are a leader who listened to both young and old, we feel safe talking to you and we will continue to work with you for the progress of our state”.
At the rally organized by the People’s Democratic Party in KUPA district yesterday, the people of the area commended CAPT Wada for his uncommon leadership as governor of the state.
The people in their thousands, welcomed the governor and his entourage to the district and assured him of their support that will ensure his victory in the November 21 governorship election.
Earlier, the governor highlighted some of his achievements in the period under review which covered construction of rural roads, establishment and renovation of hospitals, rural water supply, education, rural electrification, transport and human development. Capt Wada asked the people of Kupa for their collective support, stating that his administration in the last three and a half years has laid the basic foundation for the socio-economic transformation of the state and if re-elected, he will consolidate on the achievements his administration has recorded in the first term in office.
The director general Wada Campaign Organisation, Sen Tunde Ogbeha urged the people of Kupa to vote for Capt Wada whom he described as a true leader with human feelings and fear of God.