Kogi governorship: Group drums support for late Audu’s son



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A political pressure group under the aegis of,  “Conscious Political Forum,” has described Alhaji Shuaibu Abubakar-Audu, one of the sons of a former governor of Kogi state, the late Prince Abubakar Audu, as a political unifier, who is capable of turning the fortune of the state around.

The group stated this in a press statement signed by its Chairman and Secretary, Mr John Omeiza and Alhaji Ibrahim Kolawole.

The statement explained that based on the administrative acumen and financial expertise of Audu’s son,  Kogi State would be better positioned economically.

The statement further stressed that the positive dream of the Late  Audu for Kogi State, would be a reality through his son who, it claimed,  had learnt a lot from his late father.

While highlighting the achievement of  Shuaibu, the statement, said the late ex-governor’s son, has sunk  motorised boreholes across the 21 local government areas of the state.

It added that Audu’s son had also lifted the living standards of the downtrodden, donating food materials and medical facilities to people particularly at the hit of the COVID19 Pandemic in the state.

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The statement read, “We are political watchers saddled with the responsibility of analysing the political activities in Kogi State.

“Having x-rayed the performance of Alhaji Shuaibu Abubakar Audu in the state, we have no other option than to throw our weight behind him.”

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