Members of Senior Course 43 National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPSS Visit Kogi Governor.

Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello says his administration remains committed to unity, peaceful coexistence as well as security of lives and property of citizens.

The Governor stated this at the Government House Lokoja when he received members of Senior Course 43 from the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPSS, Kuru, Jos, Plateau State.

Alhaji Bello reiterated that government had made women and youth inclusion in governance a priority as well as curbing criminality which had earned his administration the confidence and support of citizens.

He explained that since inception, government identified sharp ethnic and tribal divisions and insecurity among others as factors pulling the state down but that through determination and cooperation of stakeholders and citizens, those challenges were being surmounted.

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According to Bello, “We are getting things done in the state with a formidable team of illustrious citizens and non indigenes who are bringing their experiences to bear in our problem solving strategies”.

Leader of the delegation, Brigadier General Chukwuemeka Udaya pointed out that the choice of Kogi for their study tour was as a result of the administration’s performance in critical areas of governance such as security and youth inclusiveness.

Brigadier General Udaya further applauded the governor for his fairness in ensuring gender equality.

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