2019: Labour Party tackles Ruling APC in Kogi State 



The Kogi State Labour Party have asked the ruling All Progressives Congress and Governor Yahaya Bello to start packing their bags as the party is set to dislodge it in 2019.


The warning to takeover Lugard House, seat of government was made by the new chairman of Labour party in Kogi state, Alh. Bala Isah Aduku.

According to the new state chairman, the labour party he said is now better repositioned in the state, would win convincingly, all the National and State Assembly elections, and go ahead win the state governorship election.


The new labour chairman called on all workers both in the formal and informal sector to join the labour party, pointing out that if elected it would make payment of salaries, job creation its priority and create an enabling environment for small scale businesses to thrive.

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The new state chairman called on the new executive members to brace up to confront the challenges, saying that the party is set to take over the state in 2019.

Other elected executives of the state labour party are; Kehinde Ali, Secretary, Abubakar Audu- Deputy State Chairman East.


Others are: John Alabi – Deputy Chairman West, Idowu Aminu- Auditor, Baba Temitope – Assistant Secretary, Ibrahim Sule- Treasurer and Abraham Enekole Asst. Secretary.

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