Ex-Kogi Gov, Idris, Urges Electorate to Vote PDP Guber Candidate

Ibrahim Oyewale in Lokoja

Former Governor of Kogi State, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris, has urged the electorate in the state to vote massively for the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Dino Melaye, in the November 11 election in the State.

Idris made the call while speaking during the Kogi East stakeholders’ meeting and the unveiling of Zonal Caretaker Party Committee to pilot the affairs of that party at Anyingba in Dekina Local Government Area of the state yesterday.

The state PDP leader noted that Senator Melaye is a sellable candidate, stressing that he has been so consistent with the PDP, and no doubt that he will deliver dividends of democracy when voted for as the governor.

Idris described Melaye as a good ambassador of PDP at the National Assembly twice, noting that he had represented Kogi State well with unequal records and had a good political pedigree.

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The ex-governor told the electorate that the present scenario in the state could be likened to a man who has gotten married to two wives, adding that it is the man who is expected to know who is better out of the two.

He, therefore, called on all critical stakeholders in Kogi East senatorial district to work hard and support Dino/Abibat’s ticket for governor in Kogi State.

Also speaking, the new caretaker chairman of the PDP, who was represented by the secretary, stated that the party is poised to wrest power from “APC maladministration in the past seven years.”

In his remarks, the PDP gubernatorial candidate, Senator Dino Melaye, told the stakeholders that he is on a rescue mission to right the wrong of the past seven years, saying the administration of the All Progressives Congress (APC) is associated with poverty and hunger in the land.

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Melaye explained that if voted to power, the PDP administration would repair all that the APC government had destroyed in in the state.

According to him, “By the grace of God, the PDP government will stop the percentage payment. We will pay full salary, it would be paid by 25th every month. We will pay pensioners, and those civil servants sacked by the fraudulent screening would be reinstated under my administration.”

The PDP flag bearer also lamented that over 120 lecturers were sacked in a day at the state-owned university.

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