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2023: Ogori/Magongo youths Drums Support for Osiako Candidature

From Joseph Amedu, Lokoja

Youths of Ogori/Magongo constituency have drummed their support for the candidature of Comr. Osiako Ezekiel Sunday, to represent the Local Government at Kogi House of Assembly come 2023.

A youth leader in the community, Atere Babatunde Samuel disclosed this while addressing journalists at his residence in Ogori at the weekend.

He said: “There is the need for the sustenance of the current spate of development being witnessed under the pragmatic and result-oriented leadership of Governor Yahaya Bello.

“Since the emergence of the current administration of GYB in 2016, you will agree with me that there has been a redefinition in the delivery of the dividends of democracy as well as sanity in governance, and this would not have been possible for the governor without the active participation of the state legislature.

“We Ogori/Magongo APC youth group, a group committed to promoting and upholding good governance through representative democracy, have deemed it needful, expedient and timely to support one of our finest young man, Comr. Osiako Ezekiel, to clinch the ticket, to represent the good people of Ogori/Magingo Constituency in the 2023 general elections.”

“Governor Bello has shown that youth are ready and capable if given the opportunity to rule, hence the candidacy of Osiako is valid haven serve at various political capacity and currently the deputy chairman of Kogi National Youth Council of Nigeria”. He said

He further added that youths across Ogori/Magongo LG and in Diaspora are throwing their support for Osiako and are sure that he will deliver on his mandate and consolidate on GYB achievements in the state.

Earlier in his remark, Comr. Osiako Ezekiel Sunday noted that in his little capacity, he has been able to impact on the lives of youths and the needy in the community, hence the need for a higher platform to do more for his people.
 
He promised to make laws that would prioritize youth, and women empowerment cardinal, as well as attract the needed infrastructure.

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