Kogi Flood Victims

Kogi Flood: Kebbi State Governor Donates N50Million To Kogi Govt


The Kebbi State Governor, Senator Atiku Bagudu has hailed his Kogi counterpart, Alh. Yahaya Bello for showing capacity in leadership.

Sen. Bagudu made this known when he paid a solidarity to Gov. Bello on the devastating flood in the State.

Kogi Flood: Kebbi State Governor Donates N50Million To Kogi Govt

According to Gov. Bagudu, the flood will deal a devastating blow to the heroics recorded in Agriculture by the Yahaya Bello administration.

He said, “under your leadership, Kogi is doing well in agriculture. We are competing in rice production but this flood would have reversed those gains.

“On behalf of the good people of Kebbi, I sympathize with you and the good people of Kogi State over the casualties recorded”.

He went ahead to donate the 50 million naira to the State Government to support efforts at providing palliatives to flood victims.

Responding, Governor Yahaya Bello thanked Governor Bagudu for identifying with Kogi State in this trying period.

He called on the Federal Government to support the state’s efforts at mitigating the effects of the flood.

Governor Bello also called on the Federal Government to complete the Abuja – Lokoja road, expressing fears that the flooding would have further compromised the integrity of the bridge.

In his vote of thanks, the Deputy Governor of Kogi State, Chief Edward Onoja expressed appreciation of Governor Bagudu for visiting the state and donating handsomely to the flood victims.

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