Nigerian @ 63 : Ododo Support Organization, OSO Salutes President Tinubu , Governor Bello, Nigerians And Kogites.
As Nigerians celebrates her 63 years of independence, the Ododo Support Organization, OSO has sent a message of congratulations to the nations leadership under the watch of President Ahmed Bola Tinubu and the leader of new Kogi State, Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello and the people of the state on the remarkable fit in the nation’s unity and democratic advancement.
The message of congratulations was signed by the Director General of the Organisation, Engr. Suleiman Aminu Adaira and released to News men in Lokoja earlier today by the Directorate of Media and Publicity of the Organisation.
According to the message, Nigeria as a nation have been through the thick and tin in her journey towards nationhood and have experience the pains of insecurities and other elements capable of coursing division yet it remain single and united nation hence the need for celebration.
The message added that back in Kogi State, Governor Yahaya Bello has vehemently fought for the peace, protection and security of lives and properties and the State prides itself as the most peaceful state in the country.
The last seven years of the Governor Bello’s Administration has produced accelerated development both infrastructurally and in terms of human capital development. Hence the need to support his goodly plans for continuity by voting massively for his anointed candidate in person of Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo.
The message enjoyed Kogites to disregard those fanning the embers of ethnicity, division and hatred, and vote for sustainable development and continuity of good governance which the current administration is known for.
It employs the people of the state to support Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo to be the next Governor of the State to enable him continue the great works of the New Direction Administration in the state.
The OSO independence celebration message urged the people of the state to conduct themselves in peaceful manners to ensure that the coming governorship election takes place under a peaceful and conducive atmosphere in the state.