Kogi guber: Capt. Wada promises power rotation principles committee in his 100 days in office

July 20th, 2019

By Noah Ocheni Lokoja

A leading governorship aspirant in the forthcoming November governorship election Capt. Idris Wada says he would within the first one hundred days in office set up a committee to institute power rotation principle in the state if given the opportunity.

The immediate past governor who disclosed this at the PDP State Congress to elect the state party Executive said the principle of power rotation would engender peace, unity and even create a sense of belonging in the state.

The PDP governorship aspirant who pointed that out that his recent tour of the 21 local government areas has acquainted him with the people’s issues said the committee would enable smooth transition of power by the various sections of the state.

He stressed that the present administration has lost focus and direction, pointing out that reasons why he throw his hat into the ring is to rescue the state from further drift and frequent suicides of the citizenry.

The former governor observed that having had the experience, dwindling resources to state would not be a problem to regular payment of salaries, pointing out that as governor he made salary payment his priority.

Capt Wada observed that while in office he concentrated on projects that had direct bearings on the lives of the people, especially projects like the Kogi House, Kogi Hotels and others were established by him to enable the state attract revenue to complement the state’s allocation.

He described Alo Cement Company which was began and completed during his administration as some enabling project he created to attract revenue generation for the state and employment opportunities for the youths.

Capt. Wada assured that the PDP in the state remains united and resolve to take over the reign of government in the November 2019 governorship election in the state adding ” you know that Kogi is a PDP state.” End.

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