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No second term for Yahaya Bello – Kogi APC stakeholders

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Stakeholders in the All Progressives Congress (APC) have petitioned President Muhammadu Buhari, asking that Governor Yahaya Bello should not be given a second term.


The governor, they claimed, had received about N344billion in the last 38 months of his stewardship, without doing anything with the allocations.


The governor is owing salaries, pensions and gratuities, they said, adding that there are no visible capital projects on ground anywhere in the state.


They described Bello as non- performing and violent.

The petition, which was signed by the Convener of the Kogi APC Stakeholders Forum, Sen. Alex Kadiri reads:
“Governor Yahaya Bello was never elected by the good people of Kogi State. The death of Abubakar Audu made it possible for Bello to be Kogi State Governor. He has shown everyone that he lacks leadership abilities. He can’t fight for the rights and privileges of Kogi people.


“We request you to step down your support for the candidature of Governor Yahaya Bello for the forthcoming election in Kogi State.


“If the party fields him as a candidate, we are sure of losing the state to the opposition.”


The stakeholders gave insights into how the governor allegedly mismanaged the statutory allocations.


They said: “For the past 38 months including February 2019 Governor Yahaya Bello has not paid full salaries to the workers”

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