Kogi Forum of 21 LGAs Coordinators for NYCN lauds appointments of Onumoko, Adebenege, Bashir Gegu, Nihi, and Ali Bello
….Says they’re people of proven characters.
Youths in Kogi State have commended the Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo for considering people of impeccable characters to serve in his administration, saying those appointed have been tried, tested, and passed with flying colors in the immediate past administration led by Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello, GYB.
This was contained in a statement issued by Hon Boss Ismail Al-Mustapha, the 21 local government areas coordinators of the National Youth Council of Nigeria, NYCN, Kogi State chapters.
Boss Al-Mustapha who also doubles as NYCN coordinator representing Adavi LGA in the central region of Kogi State, said the forum was overjoyed with the appointments of the following persons: Kogi State Accountant-General (AG), Hajiya Habibat Oyiza Onumoko Tijjani, Auditor General, for local government, Honourable Yakubu Siyaka Adebenege, Commissioner for Solid Minerals and Natural Resources, Engineer Muhammed Abubakar Bashir (Gegu), Chief Press Secretary to Kogi State Governor, Hon Oladele John Nihi and Chief of Staff to Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Ali Bello.
They further described the appointees as most loyal and people of impeccable character who have been tested, trusted and tried in their previous offices.
While wishing Governor Ahmed Usman Ododo success, the NYCN forum chairman, urged him to consolidate on the achievements and build on the former governor’s legacies in areas of security, education, health, agriculture, infrastructure and empowerment of youths and women among others.
Boss Al-Mustapha commended the youths of Kogi State for showcasing their love and support for the former administration under GYB and also appealed to them to do the same to Gov Ododo to record success.
The renowned youth leader prayed to God for the success of the new administration and particularly prayed to God to guide the new appointees towards the right path to be able to serve diligently without fear of God.