BREAKING: Governor Yahaya Bello Might Resign, As Kogi State Faces The Worst Assault


The Kogi State Authorities beneath Governor Yahaya Bello, has warned that “stern measures” shall be taken to “neutralise those behind the attack on defenseless citizens of the State”.

The federal government mentioned that it’s already working exhausting to unlock “strong suspicions of external sponsorship of terror against the people of the State, by people who want to swim into 2023, in the blood of Nigerians”.


Talking with Newsmen, in Lokoja, the Kogi State capital, on Saturday, the Particular Adviser to the Governor on Info and Communication Technique, Kingsley Fanwo, mentioned that the Tawari assault has additional uncovered the truth that some highly effective people within the nation are enjoying politics with blood, by discrediting the a lot credited safety structure in Kogi State.

He mentioned: “There are specific people who thought we didn’t know the roles they performed within the construct up and even throughout the November 16, Governorship election within the State, once they labored in opposition to the get together, as a result of their second eye was already on the 2023 Presidential election.

“The Governor of Kogi State was not too long ago re-elected to pilot the affairs of the State, the mandate which reaffirmed the boldness of the folks within the Governor. One of many greatest positives that labored within the Governor’s favour, was his success at securing the State.


“Governor Yahaya Bello is dedicated to serving the folks in justification of the overwhelming endorsement by the voters. His focus is Kogi State, and the well-being of the folks. Those that have no idea what’s going to occur in January 2020, are already taking a look at 2023.

“We call on the Security Agencies to dig deeper than normal, to unravel the masterminds of the Tawari attack, and their sponsors. The government of Kogi State will do everything constitutional to protect her citizens. Our people should keep working with Security Agencies, by giving timely information to prevent crimes.”


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