Lokoja – A former Director of Media of Kogi State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Hon Onibiyo Dayo on Friday met with Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State.
Onibiyo, from Yagba East local government area of the state came along with Hon Folorunsho Mamood aka Folly from Lokoja , Hon Stephen Bankole , from Yagba East and other top members who recently resigned from the PDP.
The visitors were received by Governor Bello at his office, Lugard House, Lokoja.
While speaking, Bello said he was not surprised that Onibiyo and others resigned their membership of the PDP which he described as a struggling party.
Bello promised to give them enough accommodation to realise their political ambition in the All Progressives Congress (APC).
He stated that the APC in Kogi State would continue to grow in numbers because of its numerous achievements of his administration and its commitment to continue to provide good governance for the people.
Governor Bello extended a warm welcome to the former PDP members, stating that the doors of the APC are wide open for anyone willing to contribute to the state’s development.
Hon Dayo in his speech commended the governor for the remarkable achievements of his administration across the state.
He cited the construction of a flyover at Ganaja junction in Lokoja and other legacy projects in different parts of the state as evidence of good governance.
Onibiyo said Governor Yahaya Bello’s unwavering dedication, patriotism, and selflessness service will continue to earn him respect and recognition for years.
The group also commended the governor for his sense of fairness and justice in approving the establishment of a university in Okunland, Kogi West Senatorial District.
Onibiyo, the former PDP chieftain then pledged his support and that of other defectors to Governor Bello’s administration and assured him of their collective commitment to campaign for Hon. Ahmed Usman Ododo, the APC candidate in the coming November 11, 2023 governorship election in the state. (vitalnewsngr.com)
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