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AN OPEN LETTER TO GOVERNOR YAHAYA BELLO OF KOGI STATE

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Your Excellency Sir, 

Kogi Political drama since the demise of the late Prince Abubakar Audu has made the state the cynosure of all eyes. It was a situation where many political commentator couldn’t assuredly tell us where judgement should swing to and why

The journey from then till now, your Excellency, though short has been filled with uncertainty for you. For many of us, as we watched from a distant, we wanted to see the efficiency of our judicial system especially as this incident is devoid of any similar case to draw inference from. Suffice to say, we weren’t disappointed after all, both the lower and upper court seem to be in sync in this one.  
Your Excellency, I want to say Congratulations for  this victory, though, this isn’t the main reason for this letter,.

Now, that you are the ‘Undisputed Legal Governor ,‘ I encourage you to act quickly since all legal distractions on you are over, to move Kogi State out of the low ebb past leaders have brought us to. I believe as an individual, that it takes a young innovative leader to lead any public concern successfully in this information technology age. The wisdom of yesterday learnt by our past and old leaders has failed many of them and it is still failing many, who refuses to build capacity in the area the world is shifting to. As a young Governor therefore, I am optimistic and hoping you will correct this flaws, while leveraging on the skills of your cabinets to quickly move kogi up the Ladder.

Your Excellency, Kogi Shouldn’t be a replica of Nigeria as an entity who is blessed with abundant Natural resources and yet its citizens languish in abject poverty, you cannot afford to leave the government house and the state the way you met it. This is an opportunity for the youth to Change our state and show the nation the pathway to go in leadership, do let it start with you.

Finally, that I am an Okun man and am willing to support your Government all the possible way i can, notwithstanding the contention you had with my fellow kinsman (Hon. Faleke), tells you something; that in-spite of the ethnicity rivalry amongst us in the state, there are still some select FEW from other tribes in the state that will support your government; i therefore admonish you to go on and work with the blessings and support of this ‘FEW’  to realize your vision and goal.
Thank you, your Excellency and Congratulations Once again.
Long Live Kogi State
Long Live Nigeria.

 TundeGold

Jimoh, Gabriel Babatunde

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