Pastor Samuel OLUBATO JP appreciates Kogi Governor moving from PDP to APC for his new appointment

In the heart of Kogi state, a significant milestone has been reached with the establishment of Kogi State University, Kabba. For the people of Okun land and its surrounding regions, this development is more than just a new educational institution; it represents a dream come true. Among those who have expressed their happiness and gratitude for this landmark achievement is Pastor Samuel OLUBATO, a prominent local leader who recognizes the vital role of education in their community.

Pastor Samuel OLUBATO’s jubilation is a reflection of the longstanding aspirations and hopes of the people of Okun land. For years, they have patiently yearned for the establishment of a university in their vicinity. The importance of this institution goes beyond the physical infrastructure; it embodies the aspirations and dreams of the local populace.

“Our industry in Okun is Education,” Pastor Samuel OLUBATO JP remarked. He underscored the deep-rooted belief that education is the cornerstone for progress and development in Okunland, and the establishment of Kogi State University, Kabba, is a monumental step towards realizing this vision.

Pastor Samuel OLUBATO acknowledged the role played by Governor Yahaya Bello, affectionately known as GYB, in making this dream a reality. He firmly believes that God used Governor Yahaya Bello as an instrument to bring about the establishment of the university. The commitment and dedication of the governor in prioritizing education have not gone unnoticed by the community.

As a further testament to his optimism for the future of education in the region, Pastor Samuel OLUBATO expressed his hopes that God will grant Kiri, a part of the region, a campus of the newly established university. Such an extension would ensure that education reaches every corner of Kabba and its environs, providing opportunities and empowering the local population.

The establishment of Kogi State University, Kabba, is not just a building with classrooms; it is a beacon of hope, a symbol of progress, and a catalyst for growth in the region. Pastor Samuel OLUBATO’s happiness and gratitude for this milestone reflect the collective sentiment of the community. As the university takes root and grows, it holds the promise of a brighter future for the people of Kabba and Okunland, underlining the significance of education as a pathway to success and development.

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