Kogi 2023: Ododo is most qualified candidate than others vying for guber seat, – Ex-Kogi Speaker, Kolawole
As Kogi populace prepare to go to poll and elect their new governor in November 11 Governorship poll, the immediate past Speaker of Kogi State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. (Prince) Matthew Kolawole has declared the All Progressive Congress (APC) governorship flagbearer Alhaji Ododo Ahmed Usman as most qualified among others vying for the same position.
Prince Kolawole stated this in a chat with with newsmen in Lokoja on Wednesday, said the party candidate has all what it takes to govern the state in view of his outstanding performance and antecedent.
According to the former lawmaker, Ododo has experience, he is qualified and as a former civil servant and local government auditor general, there is no doubt that he will bring more development to the state if elected as the next governor of the state.
His words, ” Am 100 percent with Ododo and the party is working round the clock to make sure that we deliver him come November 11 Governorship election. His is the candidate to beat, I don’t think any other candidates can beat him in the coming election
” The people of Kabba-Bunu is solidly behind our candidate and everybody will put hand together to make sure that he win the election. I equally commend our amiable governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello for his fatherly role in the state. He has given us the best and by the grace of God we will not disappoint him
“Ododo will surely do more for the state since government is a continue thing, and by that he will continue with the newly established Kogi State University Kabba. The institution will definitely bring more development to Kogi west and also encourage our children to study more as the era of traveling beyond the state to sake for University admission will be over.’ He said.
He therefore urged the people of the state to rally round the candidacy of Ododo for the coming governorship election in the state, and also urged them to avoid anything negative things that can affect the election before, during and after.