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Appeal To Kogi Govt: Fix Okoro-Ayeh-Ayegunle Road

Appeal To Kogi Govt: Fix Okoro-Ayeh-Ayegunle Road

I want to appeal to the Kogi State government to help us rehabilitate the Okoro-Ayeh-Ayegunle Road in Ijumu Local Government Area of the state. The said road is in a terrible condition and it is affecting residents economically, as a lot of farm produce perish every year because vehicles that can transport the produce have

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#KogiAt25: We The Youth and Our High Spirited Sycophancy by Habib Omachile Rabbiu

Happy 25th birthday, my beloved Kogi State. You always have my best wishes to blossom and bear productive fruits. During late Chief Gani Fawehinmi 60th birthday in 1998.  In affirmation of his unprecedented contribution to ensure good governance that is refined in transparency, accountability, responsibility to the people with regard for the rule of law

Senator Ahmed Ogembe and Yahaya Bello

#KogiAt25: Senator Ogembe Felicitates With Kogi Govt, Urges Leaders To Close Ranks

The senator representing Kogi central senatorial district, Ahmed Ogembe has felicitated with government and the people of Kogi state as the state celebrate 25 years of its creation. Speaking through his media aide, Adetayo Opeyemi Duke, the senator on behalf of his family and the  good people of Kogi central senatorial district felicitated with the

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Opinion: To The Unrepentant Stone Throwers on Successive Kogi Govs, Bello Will Not Be Deterred

… screening exercise must end successfully. Those who throw stones in the market place are doing it unknowingly because their relations and family members maybe be victims. When the former late governor of kogi state, Prince Abubakar Audu was in government, some indigenes of the state felt he has not done enough. Prince Audu was

Comrade A M Nasir in Agbada

#KogiAt25: Event Call For Celebration But God is Angry With Gov Bello – Comrade Nasir

Count twenty five is reserved the most important figure in number counts. No wonder it is largely referred as silver. Turning twenty five is equivalent of saying bye bye to childhood, strengthening in youth and mounting for age. For this significance, I congratulate kogites as Kogi state clock twenty five years since its creation. Whether

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