Late Prince Abubakar Audu Family Hails Gov Bello for Renaming Kogi State University to PAAU

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The family of the first executive Governor of Kogi State, late Prince Abubakar Audu, has expressed profound appreciation to Gov. Yahaya Bello for renaming the State University after their late brother.

In a family statement signed by Prince Yahaya Audu Ohidi, on behalf of the Audu’s family, the APC chieftain in Kogi State thanked Gov. Bello immensely for being bold and considerate in renaming the Kogi State University, Anyigba to Prince Abubakar Audu University, PAAU.

He said posterity will indeed reward the Governor.

In the statement, the family congratulated Gov. Bello on his 6-year anniversary as Governor of the state and for his remarkable second term in office.

The statement described Gov. Bello as one who has always believed that cooperation among the 36 states of Nigeria should be based on the values and principles of peace, unity, democracy, and mutual respect.

They appreciated him for equally and practically demonstrating these values and principles in Kogi State in the last 6 years of his administration.

The statement also commended Bello for serving the people of Kogi, not only as a governor, but also as a national leader who has earned widespread support of Nigerians.

The family described Bello as truly a man of character and integrity, a national symbol of unity and progress, wished him continued good health, victory, longevity of life, ever-increasing knowledge as a leader, as well as wisdom and the collaboration of the Nigerian people for your next assignment.

While he expressed his assurances of his highest respect and considerations to Gov. Bello, Prince Yahaya Audu wished him well in his future political endeavors.

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