Again, Kogi Governor Bags Double Awards At Thomas Becket University, Fellow Wesley Synod Canterbury, United Kingdom - THE ENCOUNTER NEWS


Monday, April 26, 2021

Again, Kogi Governor Bags Double Awards At Thomas Becket University, Fellow Wesley Synod Canterbury, United Kingdom

ABEOKUTA - For his sterling performance in transforming Kogi State, Governor Yahaya Bello has won double awards, Honoris Causa at Thomas A Becket university, London and Fellow of Wesley Synod Canterbury, Kent, United kingdom.

In a release signed by the Southwest chapter of the Inter Party Advisory Council, (IPAC) congratulated Governor Yahaya Bello on his  award as Professor, Honoris Causa in humanitarian services, human resources management and peace building at Thomas A Becket University, London.

The Governor was equally decorated as fellow of Wesley Synod Canterbury, KENT, United Kingdom.

According to the release jointly signed the IPAC Chairman and Secretary, Comrade Abayomi Arabambi and Prince Tolu Ajayi, the awards came at the right time when it's obvious that the youngest and youthful Governor Yahaya Bello is setting a new world records that will soon be domicile in the guinness book of records for the gangantuan and unprecedented infrastructural feat so far achieved in the last 71 months of the administration.

"It is quite satisfying to note that to some of us who have at the onset reposed lots of confidence in His Excellency Dr. Yahaya Bello and his Government are here vindicated  with the concernment of the awards", IPAC added.

However, IPAC while congratulating the governor reviewed the excellent performances of the current Kogi state government.

"The series of very commendable and glorious projects and services among very many that precipitated the awards included; construction of biggest rice mill in northern Nigeria which is of 50 tons per day at  omi in Ejiba community Yagab east local government area Kogi, the lease of 4,560 hectares of land to farmers across the state.

"In addition to that was the; cultivation of 800 hectares of rice plantation in Omi, construction of new Kogi state government house gate, construction of 12.8km Ebiyakpatesi Ogiri road, construction of 10.7km Agasa-ukpogoro road in Kogi central senatorial district, construction of 21km, Obeira Okebgwe, Obangede road, rehabilitation of Idah, Ajake, Umomi, Ejule road, Kogi East, Kogi state.

"The truth is that, there is no way the darkness can be made to appear to look strong enough to overpower the light.

 "Naivety is not an asset in politics as ignorance is not a defense in Law, thus the vision of Governor Dr. Yahaya Bello for Nigeria come 2023 needs no further narrations.

"It is a great joy to be in our own way very loudly supportive of the Kogi Government led by Dr Yahaya Bello and it is with a very great confidence we hereby categorically and emphatically say that this Government will be the Government that future Nigerian Government's performance will be considered and rated along".

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