Political Awakening : A Call For Kogites To Rethink (1st Edition)
By Abbas Yahaya
Dear Kogites, a closer look at the system of governance by this present administration for the past 7 years shows that it is only during election year that most significant and substandard infrastructures are remembered for the sole purpose of election campaigns. This is the highest form of corruption and waste of state revenue. Most of these substandard infrastructures are poorly executed even when huge amount of fund was budgeted.
Dear Kogites, let’s wake up from our sleep and take the destiny of our state into our hands by choosing the right leader this time. Together we can restore the dignity of our beloved state and join the likes of Kwara and Plateau our sister States in competing for standard and sustainable infrastructural developments. We cannot fold our hands and watch our State dilapidate while other states are moving 10 years ahead of us in terms of development. It is said that Kogi is the only State with it’s capital looking like a glorified village, a negative narrative that can be changed with the right leader.
Dear Kogites, here is Engr Olayinka Brahimoh, a true Kogite and a solver of problems with a strong will, who feels the pains of the current sorry state of Kogi and the plights of ordinary man on the street. Engr Brahimoh roundly understands what true delivering good governance to the people entails. The seasoned business tycoon from Kogi West as a A.A frontline candidate in the forthcoming governorship election in the State, is willing and capable of delivering quality and sound development for all citizens, and investors who wish to invest will have something to attract them to the State.
Engr Braimoh is an accomplished businessman with wealth of leadership experience garnered from his wide travels round the globe. A gentleman and philanthropist of high repute. With Brahimoh as the next governor of Kogi State, the development of the state is very certain.
Dear Kogites, I beg that we give Engr Olayinka Braimoh a chance to redefine Kogi, the Kogi of our dream, it’s a chance we would never regret.
It is time
Kogi will smile again
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