Kogi Governor Ododo Lists ‘Meeting With NSA Ribadu’ As Achievement In First 100 Days In Office

The Kogi State Governor, Usman Ododo, has listed his “meeting with National Security Adviser (NSA), Nuhu Ribadu,” as one of his achievements in his first 100 days in office.

Ododo also listed his first courtesy visit by Ife-Olukotun Community in Yagba East Local Government Area; participation in the meeting of Progressive Governors Forum in Abuja and joint meeting of the Governors of Kogi, Ondo, Taraba with the Minister of Agriculture and Food Security, Senator Abubakar Kyari, as his achievements in his first 100 days in office as governor.

Governor Ododo released the list of his achievements as Kogi State Governor on Thursday on his official X handle in an infographics with his photograph.

The 42-year-old governor wrote, “We will continue to do more for the good people of Kogi State. God Bless Kogi State. God Bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.”

Other achievements he listed include “Announcement of the first set of appointments on the first day of office; Home Coming of His Excellency to a Grand Reception in Okene; Screening/Swearing-in of New Commissioners and Senior Aides to the Governor; Launch of the Metropolitan Quick Response to Sustain the tempo of fight against threats of insecurity in Lokoja Metropolis; Distribution of 105 Operational Vehicles and 42 Motorcycles to Vigilante Services for Community Policing.”

Others are “Designated and Cleared Over 8000 Hectares of Farmland For the New Farming Season; Conducted a Census of Genuine Farmers in the State to determine the farmers to benefit from government subsidies and interventions; Segregated the State into Sectors for Different Crop Production; Creating Strategies to store farms produce across the State; Committed to sign up as the Single Largest off Taker of Agricultural Produce from Farmers in the State; Committed to sign up as the Single Largest off Taker of Agricultural Produce from Farmers in the State.”

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The governor also listed as his achievements, “Payment of External Examination Fees for all Kogi State Students for WAEC and JAMB; Payment of External Examination Fees for all Kogi State Students for WAEC and JAMB; Payment of All Outstanding fees to all Students’ Association and Youth Organisations in the State; Embarked on the Training of teachers in Kogi State Public Schools; Deployed new set of Teachers Recruited by the Kogi State Government; amongst others.”

Meanwhile Ododo’s closest rival in the November 11, 2023 governorship election that brought the governor to power, Murtala Ajaka of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), is still challenging the governor’s victory at the election tribunal in Abuja.

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