Team Yomikola, Powered by Kogi Speaker Promise Total Support for APC Gov’ship Candidate, Ododo

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The convener of Team Yomikola, Rt. Hon. Matthew Kolawole has promised to give full and total support for the All Progressive Congress (APC) governorship candidate, Alhaji Ododo Ahmed Usman, in the November 11 Kogi gubernatorial election.

Speaking to newsmen shortly after meeting with stakeholders from Kabba-Bunu local government area of the state, Prince Kolawole, who is the Speaker of Kogi State House of Assembly, noted that the APC governorship candidate will not disappoint the people of the state of elected.

Kolawole mentioned that he has put in place a strong force that will deliver Alhaji Ododo as the next governor of the state, stressing that they are determined to commence house-to-house campaign for the APC governorship candidate across the state.

He stressed that all hands must be on desk by making sure they embark on vigorous campaign for the APC governorship candidate.

According to him, all his supporters across the Kabba-Bunu/Ijumu federal constituency, after the House of Representatives election, are fully on ground to deliver for the party during the election.

He said Ododo is a project that they must deliver at all cost, stressing that they must work assidiously for the APC governorship candidate.

“Ododo is the best among all other candidates for the November 11 gubernatorial election. He has the experience, he is matured and highly influential in the political circle in the state and the nation in general.

“He will do well because he will not fail the people of Kogi State if elected as the next governor of the state. He will definitely carry everyone along in his government. He is a focus person and have that mission to develop the state just like governor Alhaji Yahaya Bello.

“His projects will cut across all the three senatorial districts in Kogi state because Ododo is somebody who believe so much in equity and fairness, so we must all put our hand together and elect him as the next governor of the state,” he said.

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