President Muhammadu Buhari, Nigeria’s President will on Thursday commission the PDP administration fly over project and legacy projects remodelled by Kogi Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello.
Recall , that the immediate Kogi Governor, Capt Idris Wada under PDP convened the Ganaja flyover bonded by his administration that was terminated in the early days of the current administration.
Under Governor Ibrahim Idris, the state specialist hospital, Lokoja was constructed and was later remodelled by the current administration.
The two PDP Legacy projects was convened in 2016 and 2008 to provide free access road and quality health care services the the people of Kogi state particularly the state capital.
Capt Idris Wada opened up the Ganaja by pass to reduce the level of pressure by motorists on Ganaja junction that was later abandoned by the Yahaya Bello’s administration.
Recall that the Kogi state university teaching hospital Anyigba, Kogi hotels Lokoja and Kogi liason office Abuja was also abandoned by the present administration with the hotels achieving 90% completion.
The announcement goes..
KOGI STATE GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
KOGI STATE GOVERNMENT DECLARES 29TH DECEMBER, 2022 AS PUBLIC HOLIDAY AHEAD OF THE PRESIDENT’S PROJECT COMMISSIONING VISIT TO THE STATE
1. The President and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of Nigeria, His Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR shall be visiting Kogi State on the 29th of December, 2022 to commission legacy projects across the State.
2. In view of this and to ensure a hitch free reception of Mr President, the Government of Kogi State under the leadership of His Excellency Alh. Yahaya Bello wishes to announce that Thursday 29th of December, 2022 has been declared as a public holiday.
3. The decision is to enable the people of the state to receive our President. We urge all our labour unions and security agencies to ensure full compliance.
4. Government wishes to call on the people of the State to come out enmasse to receive Mr President and display the hospitality we are known for as he will be commissioning life-touching legacy projects across the State.
Kingsley Femi Fanwo
Hon. Commissioner for Information and Communications