BREAKING NEWS: APC Unveils Campaign Council In Kogi Ahead Of November Governorship Election

APC Unveils Campaign Council In Kogi Ahead Of November Governorship Election

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The All Progressives Congress () has unveiled its campaign council for the November 11 governorship election in State.

Naija Gist reports that the campaign council was inaugurated on Tuesday at the State House in Lokoja, the state capital.

Speaking at the event, the incumbent Governor, , charged members of the campaign council to base their campaign on issues and the performance of his administration.

He, however, charged them not to preach ethnicity or religion but to base their campaign on what the had achieved in the last eight years and the ability of the governorship candidate, .

Governor Bello further urged members and supporters of the party not to join issues with others who do not have anything to offer in terms of adding value to the state and its inhabitants.

“Forget about liars, whose stock in trade is thuggery with nothing to offer. Go out there and preach what we have on the ground in terms of infrastructure, not about ethnicity. Kogi State belongs to all of . I have always said that Kogi State has the potential to be great if only we stop playing of ethnicity.'

“I want all of you to go and work for the success of the party, and you will be adequately rewarded,” Bello said.

In his remarks, the Director General of the campaign council, Prince Audu, said his late father and former governor of the state had never believed in ethnic agenda but had a vision for the growth and development of the state.

He noted that in the last eight years, Governor had demonstrated his father's vision for the state through appointments, distribution and execution of projects across the three senatorial districts of the state without any iota of bias or sentiment.

“My father had a pan Kogi vision and was never a leader that focused on Kogi East. Any agenda that focuses on a particular senatorial district instead of Kogi State would not bring about justice, equity and development. We know that Igala are agitating for the return of power to the East, but it must be discussed and resolved because power never be taken with force,” he said.


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