Kogi State Security Adviser, Navy Commander Jerry Omodara (Rtd), has lauded the achievements of Gov. Bello’s administration in office, and particularly in the area of security sector as a demonstration of genuine interest in making life better for Kogites.
Jerry Omodara said Gov. Bello has in the last eight years tamed insecurity and has provided good leadership for the people Kogi State.
The security expert who made the disclosure in Lokoja on Friday morning, urged Gov. Yahaya Bello not to relent in his effort in providing good governance for the people of Kogi State even as he prepares to leave office on 27 January 2024.
He also expressed delight on the giant strides of the Bello-led administration in the last eight years, noting that the Governor has also excelled in the provision of infrastructure in health and education sector.
Omodara maintained that if in eight years Kogi State could witnessed such a marvel under Gov. Yahaya Bello, it goes to show that the state would experience more under the incoming administration of Alhaji Ododo Ahmed Usman who’s coming to consolidate on the good legacy of Gov Bello.
He was also full of praise for the socioeconomic turnaround the State has enjoyed in view of provisions of relevant facilities such as power, road networks, and others, stressing that it has helped in improving lives of the people tremendously.
Similarly, Commander Omodara applauded Gov. Yahaya Bello’s unprecedented legacy projects across the state, pointing out at the newly established Kogi State University, Kabba as a masterpiece and wonder to behold.
Hon. Jerry Omodara couldn’t hold his joy as he expressed his optimism in the personality of His Excellency, Alhaji Ododo Ahmed Usman, the Kogi State Governor-elect, stated that he’s much optimistic that Gov. Ododo will do more and better for the good people of Kogi State.
He once again reiterated his total loyalty to Alhaji Yahaya Bello, appreciates him for the opportunity to serve under his government, and also congratulates him on a successful completion of tenure in office saids he’s indeed leaving Kogi better than he met it.