This governor says poverty is about to end, why don’t we believe him?

The governor of Kogi, Alhaji Yahaya Bello has said his policies have positioned the All Progressives Congress (APC) as the most popular party in the state, adding that his administration is gradually winning the war against poverty.

Really?

Speaking in Lokoja Monday through his Director-General on Media and Publicity, Kingsley Fanwo, the Governor said the SDG Desk under his administration has provided water and health facilities to the masses at the grassroots.

According to the Governor, his administration has created thousands of jobs as well as provide a lot of healthcare interventions for the people of the state.

Our administration is very popular in the grassroots. This is evident from the poverty index revealed recently which clearly showed Kogi is gradually creeping out of the poverty circle.

With the provision of water at the grassroots, we have been able to reduce water-related diseases in the urban and rural areas. The health intervention programs of our government has also helped to create a healthy society of people who are vibrant enough to create wealth. A healthy society is a wealthy society”.

The Governor said his administration has trained thousands of artisans and other entrepreneurs who are now contributing immensely to the economy of the state, assuring that his administration will continue to build on the success of the Omi Dam Agricultural Initiative.

The success story of Omi Dam Agriculture is confirmatory of the fact that proper planning can propel agriculture to the front seat of our economic development program. Thousands of farmers now earn their living from agricultural operations in Omi. This administration will replicate the success in many parts of the state”.

He then addresses ‘that’ issue: Governor Bello said his administration will continue to make workers’ welfare a top priority in order to build a “well-motivated and capable workforce for the state”, insisting that his administration is exploring strategies for “seamless payment of salaries in the state”.

He assured the people of his continued commitment to their welfare, assuring that “politics will not be prioritised over the welfare of the people”.

This administration was elected to serve and not to do politics with the mandate of the people. We shall continue to render service to the people of the state.

Just how politicians say it.

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