Storm Bassa settlement in Oke-Offin to solicit support for Alhaji Ododo Ahmed Usman

Ahead of the November 11 Kogi State Governorship election, the State Security Adviser, Navy Commander Jerry Omodara (Rtd), has visited the Bassa camp in Oke-Offin to solicits for votes for Alhaji Ododo Ahmed Usman.

The visit also serves as a means of inspecting the ongoing electrification project of the camp which is funded by Commander Jerry Omodara.

Speaking during the visit; Hon. (Pst) Lawrence Obayomi, a former Secretary of Kabba/Bunu Local Government, who’s in charge of the electrification project noted that the project will be completed within the next one week. He also noted Commander Jerry Omodara’s commitment towards community development, and the need for the people to continue to support him and the APC in order to enjoy more developmental strides.

Speaking further, Elder Gideon Amupitan, one of the staunch supporters of the ruling All progressives Congress (APC) in Olle/Oke-Offin ward, urged them to see the forthcoming election in the state as a contest between their own son and a stranger; as a vote for the APC is a vote to bring the dividends of democracy closer to them at the grassroots.

In his address, Commander Jerry Omodara (Rtd), urged them to hold on to Alhaji Ododo Ahmed Usman and support him in the upcoming Kogi governorship election as that is the only way they could have Kogi in President Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda.

He said November 11 is an opportunity for Kogite’s to show its preparedness to continue to back the good intentions of the President, who he said is working with Governor Bello to give the state a deservedsocio-economic turnaround. He also noted that Ododo is coming to consolidate on the good legacy of Governor Yahaya Bello.

Cdr. Omodara urged them to repeat their show of massive support for the President, members of national and the state House of Assemblies who they voted for in the last general elections by doing same for the APC on November 11th.

He presented to them some campaign materials and food items, and also promised to be facilitating military job for at least two (2) of their youths yearly.


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