The people of Kogi State on Friday, October 4, trooped out en masse to welcome the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate, Engr Musa Wada, his running mate, Sam Aro and their Campaign Director General, Hon Tajuden Yusuf to the state capital, Lokoja, this, according to the DG, is an affirmation of the endorsement of the party’s candidate and a statement of rejection of the incumbent government.
The campaign DG stated this while appreciating all the people who come out to show solidarity to the party on their arrival and during the inauguration of the party’s committees for the forthcoming governorship election.
His statement read:
I would like to express my profound gratitude and appreciation to all elders, leaders, members of PDP and other progressive-minded Kogites who came en masse to witness the formal inauguration of all Committees for the November 16 Kogi 2019 Gubernatorial Election.
A convoy that comprised the Governorship candidate; Engr Musa wada, his running mate; Hon. Sam Aro, other party leaders and I made its way into Lokoja and around the city and was met with an immense crowd and warm reception.
This not only affirmed unequivocally the desire for a change of government by the people of Kogi but highlighted the overt endorsement of the PDP’s candidate.
As I thank our loyal and faithful party members across Kogi and other parts of the country, I relay my assurance that their evident passion and commitment to the Wada/Aro Governorship mandate shall not only be recognized but rewarded.
I am confident that as we earnestly campaign across every nook and cranny of Kogi; spreading the message of hope, prosperity and a greater Kogi to the people, victory is certain!
Over the past three years the people of Kogi have endured despair, hunger, poverty and dehumanization. This will translate to an eager and massive turnout to exercise their civic right and vote for PDP whom they can be confident will afford them the following:
better standard of living, consistent payment of salaries, protection of lives and properties, respect for human dignity, infrastructural development and equal opportunity for personal development.
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