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    Politics Kogi guber: What Dino Melaye must do to defeat me in election – Yahaya Bello boasts – Daily Post Nigeria

    The Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello has addressed threat surrounding his return as Governor of Kogi State following Dino Melaye’s emergence in the 2019 governorship race. Bello, who spoke with newsmen at the Kebbi Governor’s lodge in the Asokoro area of Abuja, shortly after the Progressive...
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    Politics Photo News: Dino Melaye releases posters for Kogi governorship race – P.M. News

    Dino Melaye Controversial senator, Dino Melaye has released several posters as he gets ready to fight to become Kogi State Governor in November. In the posters on his Instagram page, Melaye will be contesting under the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, but he has to emerge winner at the … Read...
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    Politics Bello tackles APC group over 2nd term bid – Daily Trust

    Bello tackles APC group over 2nd term bid. The Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, has carpeted an APC stakeholders’ forum over its letter to President Muhammadu Buhari and the party’s national leadership that he (Bello) should not be given the party’s ticket for the … Read more via Daily...
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    Yahaya Bello: INEC decries low rate of PVC collection – pulse.ng – Nigeria’s entertainment...

    Bello said that as at March, only 3,118 PVCs had been collected in the territory, and urged all registered voters in the area yet to collect their PVC to quickly do so. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Wednesday decried low … Read more via pulse.ng – Nigeria’s...
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    Politics Cattle colonies: We will not sell our birth right to herdsmen – Ighala people tell Bello

    The Igala socio-cultural group, Uk’Omu Igala organisation, has warned the Governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello not to donate any land from the state for the proposed cattle colonies. The group in a press release yesterday, highlighted instances of Fulani herdsmen attacks on innocent farmers to...
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    Politics Kogi State Polytechnic Lecturer Beaten For Criticising Governor Bello (Photos) –...

    According to multiple social media source,a senior lecturer named Mr Shaba Ibrahim in Kogi State Polytechnic was allegedly beaten mercilessly for criticizing Kogi state governor by men said to be agent of Kogi state govt. See photos below and how people reacted: The post Kogi … via...
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    Politics Despite owing workers’ salaries, Kogi governor donates six cars, N2m each to masquerades,...

    – James Faleke has accused Kogi governor of running a government that does not care for the welfare of its people – He alleged that the governor donated six cars and 2 million naira each to masquerades in his hometown, despite … via Nigeria News today & Breaking news ▷ Read Nigerian...
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    Politics Why Governor Yahaya Bello Wants Me Dead – Dino Melaye

    Dino Melaye representing Kogi West Senatorial District has claimed that Governor Yahaya Bello wanted him dead over his stand on the plight of the state workers and Pensioners. Melaye stated this on Saturday when hundreds of Kogi Women trooped to the street of Aiyetoro – Gbede, protesting over...
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    Politics Kogi Governor, Yahaya Bello Holds First SEC Meeting [PHOTOS]

    Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi state, Wednesday, June 8, held his first State Executive Council meeting since his inauguration in January 27, 2015. Bello has been faced with different problems ranging from the crisis which rocked the state House of Assembly shortly after his inauguration to the...
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    Politics Kogi: How Governor Bello Squandered Over N260m ‘Security Vote’ Days into Office [PremiumTimes]

    Kogi State, Yahaya Bello has approved for himself, a total of N260 million as security votes, within days of assumption of office as the governor of the state, PremiumTimes gathered. According to Premium Times report, Yahaya Bello’s first day in office, the Permanent Secretary in the Government...
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