KEDA Boss Congratulates Gov. Ododo Over Victory At Election Tribunal

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The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (MD/CEO) of Kogi Enterprise Development Agency (KEDA), Hon. Muhammed Kadiri Okeji, has congratulated Gov. Ahmed Usman Ododo, on his victory at the Kogi Governorship election Petition Tribunal.

The Kogi State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal on Monday affirmed Ahmed Usman Ododo of the APC as the the duly elected Governor of Kogi State in the November 11, 2023 governorship election.

Hon. Muhammed praised the Governor for his focus and resilience in the course of the tribunal until the judgement was pronounced on Monday.

He commended the governor for setting Kogi State on a new path devoid of distraction from the court processes.

This, he said has enabled him achieved so much within few months of assuming office as the 5th Executive governor of Kogi State.

The KEDA boss said that the landslide victory of Gov. Ododo in November 2023, was the truest reflection of the Will of Kogi electorates in their aspiration for consolidation of the laudable achievement of his predecessor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello.

He stressed that Alhaji Yahaya Bello, had laid the foundation for modern Kogi state.

He called on Kogi citizens particularly the Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSMEs) community to join in the celebration of the landmark judgement which he described aa pivot to greater days for business owners in the state.

“I want to call on Kogi citizens particularly the MSMEs to join in this celebration.

“The victory of our duly elected governor which has just been affirmed by the tribunal judgement is pivotal to greater days ahead for Kogi business community.

“It has eliminated all possible distractions to the beautiful plans the administration of Gov. Usman Ododo has for our entrepreneurs”, he added.

Hon. Muhammed also thanked the Governor’s legal team and the passionate supporters of the administration for their resolve and steadfastness since the begining of the administration.

He assured that their labour of love in the interest of Kogi development, unity and progress would not be in vain.


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