Kogi Guber: Labour party candidate, promises indigenization of economy, robust leadership

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Ibrahim Obansa, Lokoja

The Labour Party Governorship Candidate in Kogi State, Barr. Adejoh Okeme, has promised the indigenization of the State’s economy if elected as the next governor of ty state

Barr. Adejoh who made the pledge on Thursday while briefing the Press at the Kogi State NUJ, assured of opportunities for indigenes of the State first before others in contract execution.

Barr. Adejoh made it emphatically clear that the State Ministry of
Works will not sleep under his administration, assuring that it will form the bulwark of construction in the state using indigenous Engineers and Professionals.

His administration he added will cater for the people, promising to place emphasis on
Employment and job creation for teeming youths who are job seekers.

While noting that leadership has remain a problem of the State, promised a robust leadership that will be fair and transparent in governance.

Barr. Adejoh said he will ensure the welfare of teachers and health workers, promised to revive the Primary Health Care system of the State.

The Labour Party Governorship Candidate promised to improve on Education in the state, lamented the collapse of Public schools in the state.

The Labour Party Governorship Candidate said Sports under his administration will serve as a unifying factor, with investment massively in sports infrastructure for teeming youths.

For People with disabilities, Barr Adejoh promised high level of care for the special needs of people in that community, said they would not be treated with disdain.

Barr. Adejoh said he has absolute confidence in the Independent National Electoral Commission, lamented that the mistake made in the last Presidential election, would not be allowed to repeat itself.

Barr. Adejoh assured that the Labour Party will win the forthcoming Governorship election in the state, urged Kogites to turn out enmass to be part of the electioneering process.

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