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Kogi Govt. Approves Grading and Upgrading of Over 300 Stools

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Kogi State Executive Council on Tuesday approved the grading and upgrading of over 300 Traditional stools.

This is was the outcome of the Exco meeting presided over by Governor Yahaya Bello.

According to a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to to Governor, Onogwu Muhammed, “Council approved the grading of Akinrin of Ekinrin from none-class to 1st class, Ohireba of Ebiraland from none-class to 1st class, Obaje Otalu-Atabaka from 2nd class to first, grading and upgrading of over 300 traditional stools in Kogi State.”

Similarly, Council approved a Bill for a Law to establish the Kogi State Oil Producing Area Development Commission, KOSOPADEC as well as a Bill for a Law to establish the Kogi State Meat Hygiene and Inspection.

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