Governor Mohammed Umaru Bago of Niger State , has unveiled an ambitious plan to rehabilitate and construct 1,500 kilometers of roads within the next four years.
The Kogi State All Progressives Congress Governorship Campaign Council has called on the Police, Department of State Services and other security agencies to immediately arrest what it described as the slide to anarchy in the state by arresting the Governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party, Muritala Yakubu Ajaka, and his supporters who allegedly masterminded
The Minister of Works, Engr Dave Umahi, has disclosed that his ministry has received express approval from the presidency to commence federal roads construction/rehabilitation in Kogi State
With the smallholder farmers producing an estimated 90% of the country’s food and contributing 21% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $477 billion, rejuvenating the agricultural sector by digitising all its processes for smallholder farmers through initiatives developed by the government would not only boost productivity but increase the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by $67billion.
The Police Command in Kogi State has given a Spokesperson for the Social Democratic Party in the state, Farouk Adejoh, 24 hours to substantiate what it described as his reckless allegations claiming that the Commissioner of Police was responsible for recruiting and supporting thugs in support of a certain political party or personalities.
In a swift reaction to intelligence reports on suspicious activities of illicit narcotic dealers, Quick Response Team of the ongoing Operation WATER GUARD was deployed, leading to the confiscation of bags suspected to be cannabis sativa concealed in a room in an uncompleted building.
The Executive order which was cited as “the Niger State Green Economy Initiative Order (No.3), 2023 orders that the Green Economy Initiative shall be driven by the State Blueprint that details the strategic pillars and outlines the strategic key performance indicators, targets and timelines of the transition into a green economy.
Security agencies have dispersed supporters of the SDP in Kogi State, who stormed the State Secretariat of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), in Lokoja, to protest against what they termed “INEC’s dubious tampering with election materials”.
The Kogi State All Progressives Governorship Campaign Council has called on the general public to hold the Social Democratic Party in the state responsible if anything untoward happens to the Independent National Electoral Commission’s Office in Lokoja
President Bola Tinubu has commended the re-elected Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodimma, and the Governor-elect of Kogi State, Usman Ododo for working hard to win the votes and hearts of the people of their states in the recently conducted off-season governorship elections.