Kogi RATTAWU Congratulates Gov. Ododo, Deputy Salifu On 100 Days In Office

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The Radio Television Theatre and Art Workers’ Union of Nigeria (RATTAWU), Kogi State council, has congratulated Gov. Ahmed Usman Ododo and his Deputy, Elder Joel Oyibo Salifu, on their 100 Days in office.

Ododo and Salifu was sworn-in as the Kogi State Executive Governor and Deputy Governor respectively, on January 27, 2024.

The State’s Chairman of RATTAWU, Comrade Haruna Isa, in his congratulatory message on Monday in Lokoja, said the past 100 days had been eventful with tremendous achievements.

“The RATTAWU Kogi State council, congratulates Your Excellences, Alh. Usman Ahmed Ododo and Elder Joel Oyibo Salifu on your 100 days in office as Governor and Deputy Governor respectively.

“RATTAWU Kogi state Council join you in thanking God for a successful 100 days in office which have been eventful with numerous achievements in the state.

“So far, so good, this few months in office has given high hopes to Kogites, that this administration will govern with the love of the people and the fear of God.

“We have no iota of doubt that His Excellency, Alh. Ahmed Usman Ododo’s government will bring about the desired peace, unity, progress and development to Kogi State, ” Isa said.

The union equally felicitated with the Kogi State Head of Service, Pastor Elijah Evinemi; and the Director General of Protocol to His Excellency, Hon Suleiman Ibrahim on their 100 days in office.

Isa noted that the HOS and the DG Protocol are worthy members of RATTAWU who have contributed immensely to the development of the union, expressing his confidence that the duo would make the state proud

“We sincerely appreciate His Excellency, Gov Ahmed Ododo, for appointing these two great leaders of RATTAWU to serve in his government. We are confident that they will perform excellently,” Isa said.

The RATTAWU Chairman prayed God to continue to guide and protect the governor, his deputy and the entire cabinet members as they pilot the affairs of Kogi State for the betterment of the citizenry.


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