Senior Special Assistant to Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi state on Political Matters, Omoluabi Olabode Adeyemi has congratulated his boss over the conferment of traditional title of Omeiza Obanyi.
The honour conferred on the governor by HRH Alhaji Muhammed Alhassan Abba, the Nyiwo of Gegu Beki in Kogi local government area of the state took place on Sunday amidst fanfare.
In a release shortly after the ceremony, Omoluabi while extolling governor Bello for his numerous developmental initiatives in the state added that the governor has warmed his way into the people’s heart by putting their welfare at the forefront.
Omoluabi maintained that Governor Yahaya Bello’s latest traditional honour speaks volume on how much in touch he is with the grassroot, adding that no part of the state will be left out in Bello’s rural renewal drive.
“What happened today is a manifestation of the fact that His Excellency Alhaji Yahaya Bello is a governor whose love for his people has continued to earn him recognition and honour.
“It points to the direction that in Governor Yahaya Bello, Alhaji Muhammed Alhassan Abba, his traditional council and the good people of Gegu see a governor who is a light bearer, a brother and a trustworthy friend who has treated their welfare and corporate development with the utmost seriousness.
“It signals the governor’s waxing popularity, acceptance and love among the people who overwhelmingly and freely gave him their mandate.
“There is hardly any community or town in our state that has not benefitted from our governor’s well marshalled plan to touch lives and people. This will continue and in massively large scale across all nook and cranny of Kogi” he said.
While expressing gratitude to the Nyiwo of Gegu, Alh Abba, Omoluabi appealed to the community and all Kogites to continue to lend a supportive hand to the government in delivering its mandate.
Omoluabi also extended his felicitation to the Commissioner for Solid Mineral Development, Hon. Engr. Abubakar Bashir Gegu who was turbaned the Masani of Gegu Beki kingdom at the occasion, saying it is an honour well deserved.