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Kogi Central 2015: Ahmed Ogembe is a Master's Degree holder [See Proof]

- Thursday, 29 January 2015 No Comments

Contrary to informations making rounds that former Okene local government Chairman and Kogi Central Senate aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) platform, Hon. Ahmed Ogembe is a WASSCE holder, below are copies of his academics and NYSC exemption certificate, which shows a Master's Degree in Business Administration as his highest qualification after obtaining a Bachelor's Degree in same discipline from American Intercontinental University, Los Angeles in 2005.


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N11bn Scam: Ex-Kogi Gov, Abubakar Audu Inflated Contracts – Witness

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The trial of former governor of Kogi State, Abubakar Audu and Alfa Ibn Mustapha, former director general, Directorate of Rural Development in his administration continued with the first prosecution witness, PW1, Lewechi Terry Ozoemenam, managing director of Leoflench Nigeria Limited telling the court that his company executed most of the water projects of the Directorate of Rural Development from 1999-2003, and the contracts which was executed were about seven, each valued less than N18m (eighteen million naira), and the total costs of the said projects were not up to N53m (fifty three million).


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See 2face Idibia's shocking response to kissing baby mama Pero

- Wednesday, 28 January 2015 No Comments

Nigerian legendary singer, 2face Idibia has responded to criticisms over recently kissing his baby mama, Pero
Adeniyi in his nightclub, Rumors.

Despite photo evidences, here is what 2face Idibia has to say in his defense.

"Our love does not have 2 make sense 2 u. pls go on with your perfect life and know the true story behind something before u judge and start making nasty comments based on an orchestrated story by some blog.U shall know the truth and the truth shall set u free.LYTID uwana idibia" - 2face wrote on his instagram page.

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Senator Nurudeen Abatemi-Usman remains the best candidate for Kogi central - Com. Sabdat Baki

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The secretary of Support Deen Again Movement (SDAM), Comrade Sabdat Baki has described the candidacy of the incumbent senator representing Kogi central senatorial district, Senator Nurudeen Abatemi-Usman on the platform of Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA) as the best option for the people of kogi central senatorial district in the present circumstance.

Speaking to pressmen alongside the president of the group, Comrade Aliyu A. Adeiza, Sabdat said the group is working round the clock to ensure total victory for senator Nurudeen in the forthcoming general election.

Senator Nurudeen who is contesting the senatorial election with other candidate including formal Sen. Ohaire of APC, Comrade Kabir Onimisi Atta of LP, Dr M M Wokili of SDP and Hon. Ahmed Ogembe of PDP is however considered to be most prepared to drive the ship of the central. Com. Sabdat Baki described Senator Deen as a devoted public servant.

The president of group Com. Aliu A Adeiza urged the good people of ebiraland to support Senator Deen positively on the development of the senatorial district. If elected again he will consolidate on his achievement recorded in is first term.
However most people in the central senatorial district consider the senatorial election contest a three horse race between the PPA, PDP and APC.

The PDP which is presenting the former Okene local government chairman, Hon. Ahmed Ogembe, a WASSCE holder. Which he is considered as not an ideal candidate as Kogi central is a politically sophisticated district in the state. Voters in Kogi central are looking at the qualities of the aspirants and not the party in this regard. The electorates are looking away from Hon. Ogembe of the PDP and Ohiare of the APC.

Ex senator Ohaire who has served Kogi central senatorial district but has contributed nothing during his tenure in the Senate. He is considered as the most inactive senator Kogi central has ever produced. There was an uproar of political brouhaha in ebiraland all true his period in the senate.

Senator Deen on the other hand is viewed by many as a global brand who will attract development as he has done in is first tenure and burgeon the declining potentials to greater attainments.
At this juncture, the group call on all Ebira sons and daughters to vote senator Nurudeen on the basis of his merit and personal attainment on services and not be drawn into the controversy that are the hallmark of party politics.

He expressed his believe that if senator Nurudeen is re-elect again next month, Kogi central will commence it upward travel to becoming one of the most developed and respected district in the country.

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Kogi to prosecute officials over exams fees scam

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Kogi State Governor, Idris Wada, said on Wednesday that the state government will prosecute officials involved in the inflation of WAEC examination fees for final year secondary school students in the state.

The governor, who spoke shortly after inspecting work on some projects in Lokoja, said the officials had inflated the money paid by the state government to the West Africa Examination Council, from N230m to N500m.
He said those involved in the scam would be duly punished as soon as investigation was concluded.

According to him, the scam is what made the government to temporarily stop the payment of the WAEC fees.
Wada, however said the government would reimburse parents who paid for their wards after the issue was conclusively addressed.
The governor, who marked three years in office, said all ongoing roads, housing and health projects across the state would be completed on time.

He said that the projects were designed to enhance the welfare of the people.
Earlier, the governor in a state-wide broadcast said his administration had laid solid foundation for the growth and development of the state
According to him, large chunk of the state resources have been committed to providing vital infrastructure which have impacted positively on the lives of the people.

He thanked the people for their support and understanding, urging them to continue to live in peace and shun violence before, during and after the forthcoming general election.

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BREAKING NEWS: Obasanjo Defects To APC?

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Fresh report surfacing the internet claims that former President Olusegun Obasanjo has finally defected to the All Progressives Congress.

If this turns out to be true, it certainly is a shocker. Going by the purported statement released by the former President at his farm in Ota, he has given a few reasons why his defecting should not just be accepted by Nigerians but should also be applauded.

Find his statement below:

"I have reason to believe that most or should I say all of you are wondering why I have chosen to defect to the defunct APC and I must say that if I had been told that I would have to switch party some 5 years ago, I myself would have argued it.

I believe in transparency and integrity but unfortunately, PDP is an opposite of such attributes.
They dwell in deception and in the lowest form of debase if I may say.
I believe change is what Nigeria needs and regardless of whether GMB can deliver or not, it is still change in a way. Nigeria needs to be delivered from a useless government that has taken over since I left presidency.

If you have read my book, you will see that Jonathan is nothing different from my VP when I was president. Atiku was just a big time backbiter unknown to him that when you have people behind you, your back actually becomes visible to you.

I want to use this medium to say a very big thank you to the leaders of the APC for accepting me as I am and I am proud to say that come 2015, APC is taking over Nigeria for good of us all.
I am a civilian like you all now so I understand what it means to live in the suburbs as you are all aware that I stay nowhere else apart from my village here in Ota.

Finally, I would like to implore all Nigerians that come 2015 Elections, VOTE GOOD GOVERNMENT NOT GOOD LUCK"


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Official flag off campaign rally for all PDP candidates in Kogi

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The Central Senatorial district of Kogi state has been declared 'a no go area' for the opposition political parties in the state in the forth coming General elections slated for February.

Kogi State Deputy Governor, Yomi Awoniyi stated while addressing party faithful at the official flag off campaign rally for all PDP candidates in the February elections held at Okene.
The Deputy Governor expressed satisfaction with the turnout of the people at the rally, said the confidence the people of the senatorial district repose on the party would not be misplaced in the years ahead.

Awoniyi described President Goodluck Jonathan as a symbol of unity for the country, said the state has benefited so much under the Leadership of President Jonathan in the last four years, promised that the President would do more for the state if re elected.
Awoniyi disclosed that Capt Idris Wada as governor has been fair in the distribution of gains of democracy to all Senatorial District, assured that the District having shown commitment and dedication to the PDP led administration in the centre and at the state, would reap more benefit in the year's ahead.

The Deputy Governor assured that the PDP will win convincingly in the forthcoming elections, urged the people of the central district and the state in General not to be deceived, urged them to remain resolute in their following of the PDP.
Awoniyi urged the party faithful to see the general election as one for the common good of the people, urged the people of the Central Senatorial district to vote enmass for continuity that will enable the completion of the good works begun by President Jonathan.
In his welcome remarks, Hon Hassan Salawu State Chairman of the PDP, described the party as one that is fully rooted in the state.

The Chairman assured that the Party would deliver all it's candidates in the February elections, appealed to members to guide safely their permanent voters card.
Alh commended the people of Central Senatorial district for having an abiding faith in the party and assured of the party's determination to offer purposeful service in the years ahead.

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Stable Elections in Nigeria Threatened by Boko Haram’s Latest Attacks

- Monday, 26 January 2015 No Comments

According to a post published by, Boko Haram laid siege to military bases in Maiduguri, Borno state capital on Sunday, raising questions about the army's ability to combat the insurgency.

As campaign season ramps up ahead of Nigerian general elections on February 14th, President Goodluck Jonathan has sought to downplay an insurgency in the country's northeast that has been raging almost as long as he has been in power. The rise of Boko Haram, a Nigeria-based militant Islamist group best known for vicious attacks on military targets and its penchant for kidnapping women and girls and conscripting men and boys, has stymied Jonathan's government since the former vice-president ascended to the presidency in 2010.

The insurgency has killed an estimated 11,000, according to theCouncil on Foreign Relation's Nigeria Security Tracker. Unable to defeat it, the Jonathan campaign has chosen to all but ignore it as the president asks his people for an additional four-year term. But that strategy backfired on Saturday night, as militants swept into the strategic northern capital of Maiduguri just hours after Jonathan stumped for support from city residents.

The militants, who reportedly infiltrated the city of two million disguised as travelers on local buses, laid siege to key military installations and battled into Sunday. The Nigerian army eventually beat them back, but the fact that they were able to penetrate the city undetected raises questions about the military's ability to defeat the movement, and, as the country's Commander-in-Chief, Jonathan's commitment to the fight.

Even as the insurgents retreated in Maiduguri, others looted, killed and abducted residents in a string of attacks on unguarded villages about 200 kilometers away,according to local authorities. As with previous attacks,such as an assault on a military base and several nearby villagesthat started Jan. 3 and killed scores, the government response has been muted.
Amnesty International, which has been closely documenting Boko Haram's expansion,warned of a looming humanitarian crisis in a statement released Sunday, noting that the capital had already seen a massive influx of rural residents fleeing the violence over the past several months.

"These ongoing attacks by Boko Haram are significant and grim news. We believe hundreds of thousands of civilians are now at grave risk,"said Africa Director Netsanet Belay."People in and around Maiduguri need immediate protection. If the military doesn't succeed in stopping Boko Haram's advance they may be trapped with nowhere else to turn. The government's failure to protect residents of Maiduguri at this time could lead to a disastrous humanitarian crisis."

Boko Haram's increasing boldness comes at a delicate time for Nigeria, which is just three weeks away from an election that promises to be the closest in the country's short democratic history. Jonathan is up against former military dictator Muhammadu Buhari, who has made security the main issue in his campaign platform. Elections in Nigeria are invariably accompanied by violence—the 2011 elections saw some 800 killed in post-polling fighting when Buhari lost to Jonathan—and fears are rife that Boko Haram could take advantage of the instability to sow further discord, or advance while the security services are distracted.
The United States has expressed concerns that the elections could usher in a new wave of violence, particularly if allegations of rigging by either side are widespread. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was in Lagos on Sunday to reiterate the U.S.'s desire to see clean elections."This will be the largest democratic election on the continent,"Kerry said at a press conference following meetings with the two main candidates."Given the stakes, it's absolutely critical that these elections be conducted peacefully—that they are credible, transparent and accountable."But obstacles are rife: some 25 million registered voters have yet to receive their biometric voter identity cards. There is not yet a system in place for an estimated one million internally displaced to cast their votes. And the ongoing violence in the northeast could prevent voters in what is traditionally a Buhari stronghold from coming to the polls.

On Jan. 22, Jonathan's national security adviserSambo Dasuki suggested at a meetingof the Royal Institute of International Affairs at London's Chatham House that the elections be postponed, but such a delay risks prolonging the instability and prevents a unified response against Boko Haram. On the same day, government spokesmanMike Omeri announced that Nigeriawas considering bringing home some 3,000 soldiers deployed in international peacekeeping missions elsewhere in Africa to help secure the elections and combat the insurgency. But the military's inability to combat Boko Haram has less to do with numbers than a longstanding history of alleged corruption within the leadership ranks, a lack of adequate weaponry and logistical supplies, unpaid salaries and poor training, according toseveral military analysts and frustrated soldiers. Dasuki, in his Jan. 22 Chatham House comments, defended the military leadership and insteadblamed cowardice among the troopsfor Boko Haram's advance."We have people who use every excuse in this world not to fight. We've had a lot of people who we believe joined because they wanted a job, not because they wanted a career in the military. And it's most of them who are running away and telling stories,"he said.

While in Lagos,Kerry reiterated the U.S.'s continued backingfor Nigeria's fight against Boko Haram. But that support comes with caveats: the Nigerian government must ensure that the upcoming elections will be fair and transparent."Bottom line, we want to do more,"he said."But our ability to do more will depend to some degree on the full measure of credibility, accountability, transparency, and peacefulness of this election."But doing more won't help if Nigeria's current leadership, both miltary and civilian, don't want to do more to help themselves.

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Tight security as Jos residents await President Jonathan

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Security has been beefed up in Jos and its environs as the campaign train of President Goodluck Jonathan is expected to reach the Plateau State capital on Monday afternoon.

Stern-looking riot policemen  and operatives of the Special Task Force have been stationed in strategic locations in the Jos and Bukuru metropolis.
The president, who is currently campaigning in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, is expected in Jos any moment from now.

Armoured Personnel Carriers are mounted along the route the president is expected to take to the palace of the Gbong Gwom Jos, the PDP campaign office and the Rwang Pam Stadium, where thousands of enthusiastic supporters are already waiting for the President and his train.

The supporters started trooping into the stadium at about 10am as directed by the Jonathan/Sambo Campaign directorate.

Details later…

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Rubbin' Minds continues her road to 2015 election with the presidential Flag bearer for the Kowa Party, Remi Sonaiya who will be the guest on this week's episode.

The professor of French Language and Applied Linguistics is the only woman in the race and she will be interviewed by Ebuka Obi – Uchendu, who is the host of the show.

It has been said that women will make up 51percent of the Nigerian vote, will they vote for their own and swing the game for 2015?

Tune in to Channels TV by 3pm to watch what she has to say to Nigerians.

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New Video: Vector – King Kong [Official Video]

- Sunday, 25 January 2015 No Comments

Olanrewaju Ogunmefun aka vectorthaviper having been away for a bit,got our attention in the last quarter of 2014 with the release of his mixtape A7 and the video "SHIGA". 

Starting 2015 with a strong foot,Vector and his new imprint G.R.A.P are all about switching up the game.
The song "KING KONG" is the 1st release from the highly anticipated third album due out later in the year. This single is loaded with tribal rhythm laced over hip hop punchlines and heavy Afro percussion. The song is produced by G.R.A.P in house producer Liciouskrackit, mix and mastered by Indomix.
The single Pushes Hip Hop to a new level and Vector continues to validate his ability to blend different sounds with Yoruba and English.
Duksart the fast rising extraordinary video director gives an artistic and creative representation of the lyrics of the song, taking cinematography to another level. The video was shot at multiple locations in parts of Lagos and styled by Jekwu the stylist.
In Vectors words "it's okay to be different as long as you are real to YOU…some of us will rather be found in ourselves than be lost with the crowd"#KING……
This outstanding video is one to watch over and over again and already making itself a major contender for best rap video come award season.

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2015 Polls: Kogi Central Interactive Session For Peace

- Friday, 23 January 2015 No Comments

As the 2015 general elections draws closer, the need for violent free polls became necessary in Kogi Central Zone of Kogi State known for violence during elections. A one-day interactive session for stakeholders and party candidates on Constituency Reportage and Community Outreaches was organised by Kogi Central CSOs Network in Okene. agbo-paul augustine reports on issues discussed at the forum.

To erase the battered image of politicking in the central zone of Kogi state, a coalition of Civil Society organisations in the zone under the auspices of Kogi Central CSOs Network took the initiative to calm nerves among politicians ahead of the crucial February polls by holding an interactive session in the ancient city of Okene.
Okene, the headquarters of the Ebira nation is known for rich culture, tradition and religion spanning centuries but recent development in the political life of the people pseudo put a dent to the image of the zone based on the reality of how politics is played among the people.

The incidence of violence resulting to destruction of lives and property as seen among politicians and their supporters in the past constrained a meeting of party candidates and stakeholders to converge on Okene in the cold morning of January 17, 2015 for an Interactive session on Constituency Reportage and Community Outreaches.
As the cold morning gradually gives way to the warm weather of the day, the political gladiators from the zone and their teeming supporters filter into the venue at the hilltop side of the town, the atmosphere became charged with the expectations of a departure from the past.

Party candidates including current serving Senator of the Zone, Senator Nurudeen Abatemi and his counterparts in the House of Representatives, Tijani Damisa representing Okene/Ogori Mangogo Federal Constituency and Abdulrahaman Badamasuiy representing Adavi/Okehi Federal Constituency, Kogi State House of Assembly Speaker, Momoh Lawal and other serving members of the Kogi State Assembly as well as candidates vying for Senate, House of Representatives and House of Assembly seats from the Kogi Central Zone were all present to chant a way for a violent free polls in February.
Speaking at the occasion, Chairman, Kogi Central CSOs Network, Mohammed Attah said the interactive session was to reinvigorate the political sector for grassroots development of the zone.
He noted that Kogi Central has been known for violence during elections in the past and there is every need to shift to non-violent and issue based elections hence, the need to bring all party candidates and stakeholders to discuss issues of peace, security and development of the zone.

Chairman of the occasion and President, Ebira Peoples Association (EPA), Dr. Abdulrahman Adeiza said the interactive session is the first gathering of the key politician power blocks in the zone in the last eight years and it became necessary to probe all the candidates and representatives in the zone. He said the zone is blessed with both human and material resources but it has not translated into physical development of the people. "Finding solution to what is wrong with our land is that all politicians here today will be held by what they say", Adeiza noted.
The need for peace and development in the zone was hot on the lips of stakeholders who frowned at the way party candidates go about canvassing for support in the forthcoming elections. They believe that the last known violence in the zone was necessitated by hate messages executed by thugs who are always handy as a result of high unemployment among youths in the area.

On the need for a peaceful election in Kogi Central, Guest Speaker at the session and Director General of Peoples Democratic Institute, Abuja, Dr. Lanre Adebayo said Kogi Central has never been short of leaders but has not translated to good development of the zone.
He said leaders have dual responsibility, the national and local hence, politicians must connect with people. "Kogi Central is so blessed; the people should use the wealth to improve the people of the land. Look for people who are selfless, hardworking, confident and who understands what it takes to lead", he said.

Dr. Adebayo noted that democracy cannot be effective without the people directly involved in the process as governance is a continuous engagement with the people. He urged the people of Kogi Central Zone to constantly engage themselves with their representatives to fashion out area of attention.
"Budgeting is all about the people so the people must be involved in the process", Dr. Adebayo said.

He further admonished politicians to eschew the use hate messages as they try to woe voters ahead of the general elections in the state. He said hate messages has been the cause of violence in Nigeria while urging the candidates to learn the language of vote canvassing not violence.
Dr. Adebayo concluded by saying constituency reportage is very important in democracy because it foster accountability while urging the organisers to maintain it as it will help the politicians to cut cost in connecting with the electorates in the future.

The Ohinoyi of Ebiraland, Alhaji Ado Ibrahim, in a message delivered by the Asema of Ezuka Clan, Adavi, Alhaji Momoh Sani Isah, thanked the organisers saying the programme was apt at this time of campaigning in the country. The Ohinoyi also urge all politicians to respect their people and frowned at the attitude of candidates seeking elections not consulting with traditional rulers in the area.
Also speaking at the occasion, Senator Nurudeen Abatemi who represents the zone at the Senate said he is committed to a non-violent campaign and urge organizers to maintain the town hall meeting in the zone.

Other elected representatives from the zone including the Speaker of Kogi State House of Assembly made presentations to the people on their scorecard since coming into office in 2011. Candidates vying for election in the February elections took turn to present their development plans to the people.

One major highlight of the session was an accord entered into by all the party candidates that they will conduct a violent free campaign ahead of the elections and afterward. The Okene Accord is a litmus test on all the party candidates in next month's general election in Kogi Central Zone of Kogi State.

Source: Leadership

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The Future Project, Genevieve Nnaji, others join ONE to launch Action/2015 campaign in Nigeria

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The Future Project (TFP) led other non-governmental organisations in Nigeria on Thursday, 15 January to launch the Action/2015 initiative in Abuja, Nigeria as hosted by ONE.

The year 2015 is significant as the year when the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) will expire. It also marks the beginning of new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aimed at bettering the lives of people all over
the world will commence. This has great and implications for national governments across the globe.

The Future Project, with a mandate to build a network of empowered citizens, joined Save the Children, ONE and a coalition of other committed organisations to host the Action/2015 initiative. The campaign is a growing citizen's movement of hundreds of organizations around the world coming together to demand truly ambitious agreements on climate change, poverty, inequality and injustice in 2015.

"Instead of throwing our hands in the air and giving up because it is 2015 and we see how much work we still have to do to achieve the MDG's, we choose instead to build on what has worked and learn from what has not in order to create the future we want," said Mfon Ekpo, who is Executive Director of TFP. "It is with this backdrop that The Future
Project is proud to be part of the conversation to drive the issue of sustainable development beyond 2015."

In attendance at the event were Coordinating Minister for the Economy and the Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, ace coach Samson Siasia, One Campaign ambassador and actress Genevieve Nnaji, musicians Nikki Laoye and Timi Dakolo amongst others.

"We need to take action while drawing lessons from the past MDG program
as no one can access progress if your starting point is unclear," Nnaji said, The highlight of the launch was the delegation of 15-year-old Nigerian children born at the establishment of the MDG's, passionate about accelerating the economic transformation in Nigeria fighting
poverty, ignorance, climate change and injustice. They presented to Dr. Okonjo-Iweala with their requests for the NIgeria they want to see in 15 years.

For more information about Action/2015, visit or follow
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Kogi West 2015: Dino Melaye Donates Water Pumps

- Thursday, 22 January 2015 No Comments

Kogi west Senatorial Candidate under the All Progressive Congress, APC Otunba Dino Melaye has said his people has been grossly misrepresented in the National Assembly in the last eight years.

Dino speaking while donating water pumping machines to the people of Karaworo area of ward C in Lokoja local government on Wednesday, promised to adequate and quality representation if elected into the red chamber in the coming election.

He said his decision to provide the water pump came after several plea to the PDP led kogi state government by the community for urgent intervention to their water situation fell on deaf ears .
The community commended the APC candidate for coming to their rescue after several months of severe hardship due to water sacristy in the area.
A community leader in the area Alh Yeriman Salihu Abbass described Melaye's gesture has proven that he will run people oriented programmes if elected into the senate.

Describing Dino as God sent, Abbass said the people of Karaworo area don't need to travel long distance to get drinkable water for domestic use.
"We have written to government about the water situation in Karaworo but nothing was done, we have to set out early in search of water because the pump here has spoil, but with this gesture from our candidate I can say our days of looking for water has come to an end."

Speaking earlier, an APC chieftain Mallam Abdulmalik Suleiman said the people had been poorly represented by in the last eight years at the National Assembly, saying an APC senator will perform better.
Abdulmalik urged the people to vote massively for APC at all levels, describing Dino as a man always concern for the welfare of ordinary people.

" We have Senator Smart Adeyemi that has twice betrayed the trust of Kogi West and it's ludicrous for Senator Adeyemi to be seeking for our votes after betraying our trust in the previous mandates given to him, it's clear he has failed the people of Kogi West and we will reject him at the poll.

ABsource was unable to reach Adeyemi for his reaction to this allegation despite the attempt to get his reaction by phone.
Abdulmalik however said the PDP has failed in the state, imploring the people to vote massively for APC in kogi state.

source: newsdiaryonline

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