Despite the mishap at Kabba, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s first point of campaigns in Kogi State yesterday, the determined number 2 Citizen of the black most populous nation went ahead to visit Okene after rounding up his political engagements in Kabba.
The Vice President’s entourage fell into the cheering arms of the good people of Kogi Central who out of love had been waiting all day to receive the man behind the famous “Tradermoni Scheme”, a Federal Government soft grant intervention which has directly helped the market traders.
At the Azad Palace, Governor’s residence and the adjoining street, everywhere was filled to its brim as songs, dance and merriment took center stage. It was indeed, colourful as various Buhari/Osinbajo support groups, Students, political Fora, loyal Party men and women and as well business Firms and Traders were not left out.
The superintending role of the New Direction Team by her Captain, Governor Yahaya Bello was captivating as the warm reception at Governor’s residence, a long stretch road walk down to the Azad palace amidst songs and dancing by cheering Anebira was a sight none can ignore.
At the Azad’s Palace, the highly revered Vice President addressed a Town hall meeting where the need for the people of Kogi Central to queue behind “Next Level” and other mutually beneficial issues were prominently discussed. Though, late, the people’s Governor and his New Direction Lieutenants patiently attended the meeting while it lasts just as His Royal Majesty, the Ohinoyi of Ebiraland, Alhaji Ado Ibrahim played his fatherly role all through.
Indeed, the Vice President has reawakened the spirit of the people of Kogi Central who have repeatedly avowed their decision to stand with “Next Level” by amassing their supports and votes for President Buhari and all APC Candidates in the forthcoming elections.
A vote for APC is surely a vote for peace, unity and progress of our dear nation, therefore, join us in making Kogi Central, Kogi State and Nigeria great.
Media Head, Kogi Central APC Campaign Council.
February 3rd, 2019.