- Musa Wada has promised to govern Kogi with fear of God
- According to him, fairness, justice and equity will be his guiding principle, and not religious or tribal sentiments
- Meanwhile, Wada appealed to the people of the state not to despair over the present sorry state of things
Ahead of the forthcoming November 16 governorship election in Kogi state, Musa Wada, candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has promised that he would govern the state with the fear of God if elected.
The PDP candidate disclosed this during a campaign rally in Kabba, Kogi West.
He said that fairness, justice and equity will be his guiding principle, and not religious or tribal sentiments.
Going further, he promised to treat each part of the state equally and fairly in the distribution of appointments and amenities.
Wada also appealed to the people of the state not to despair over the present sorry state of things.
According to him, payment of salary and pensions will become regular if he is elected.
He also lamented what he described as widespread poverty in the state. He said this is an embarrassment to well-meaning indigenes.
He consequently promised to reverse the situation while at the same time embarking on massive infrastructural development across the state.
Wada also promised to develop the state's education sector from primary, secondary to tertiary levels. He said this will help give Kogi better future.
The PDP candidate also lamented what he described as the deplorable state of Kabba township roads.
He promised to repair them alongside others in major towns in Okunland, if elected.
Meanwhile, recall that Legit.ng had reported that the PDP campaign council alleged that some thugs invaded Kogi state prior to the forthcoming gubernatorial election in the state on November 16.
The spokesperson for the council, Austin Okai, drew the attention of the inspector general of police, Mohammed Adamu, and the commissioner of police in the state.
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