By Amuda Dan Sulaiman FAB
The turnout of Kogi Citizens at the several campaign rally of Gov. Yahaya Bello has been described as unprecedented and an acceptance of his popularity ahead the November governorship election.
Comr. Ali Atabor, Coordinator of CEDO Media Network in a statement issued to newsmen, said the acceptance so far displayed by the people of Kogi state towards the return of Gov. Yahaya Bello in the forthcoming governorship election is commendable.
The Coordinator maintained that going by the large support, it is safe to say that Gov. Yahaya Bello and the APC remains the man and party to beat in the Kogi state governorship election slated for November 16.
Comr. Atabor expressed appreciation for the large turnout and the show of love displayed at all the campaign rallys, pointing out that it is an indication that the election has been won, urged the people not to relent until victory for the APC and Gov. Bello is announced.
The Coordinator described the aspiration of Gov. Bello as a good omen for peace, unity and development of the state, disclosed that from Idah, Kabba, Ajaokuta and Ankpa, the people have by their large turnout and show of love, shows that Gov. Bello would win overwhelmingly in the November governorship election.
He further disclosed that he is equally impressed with the support and defection to the APC across the state, described the milestone progress in bringing more persons to the GYB fold as an indication that the election is no contest for Gov. Bello.
Comr. Atabor assured that the CEDO Media Network would not rest on its oars until victory is attained on the 16th of November, urged the opposition party to accept defeat for continued development of the state.
The Coordinator commended Gov. Bello for keeping to his campaign promises to the people, said the commissioning and flagging off of projects by the governor even in an election year during the campaign, underscored the love the governor has for the people.
He expressed confidence that the governor would do more for the people if reelected, insisting that he has proven to have capacity and ability to move the state forward in the coming years.