Kogi Guber: Bello Ambassadors Network Extends Heartfelt Congratulations to Ododo

Kogi State Governor Elect, Ahmed Usman Ododo (L), Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello (M) and Deputy Governor elect, Joel Salifu Oyibo

Kogi Guber: Bello Ambassadors Network Extends Heartfelt Congratulations to Ododo

The Bello Ambassadors Network (BAN) has congratulated the Kogi State Governor elect, Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo and the Deputy Governor elect, Elder Joel Salifu Oyibo.

BAN in a congratulatory message signed by its National Coordinator, Anthony Edogbo and made available to the press in Lokoja on Monday also appreciated it’s principal, Governor Yahaya Bello for it’s support, noting that Ododo’s victory is significant for the consolidation of Bello’s giant strides in the state.

The message reads, “Bello Ambassadors Network joyfully extends its sincere congratulations to Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo on his resounding victory in the recently concluded Kogi State Governorship Election. The All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate secured an impressive 446,237 votes, reflecting the overwhelming support and trust bestowed upon him by the people of Kogi.


“BAN, a staunch supporter of Ododo since his emergence as the APC flagbearer, is confident in his ability to build upon the remarkable achievements of the organization’s principal, His Excellency Governor Yahaya Bello. The network has been actively contributing to the success of the party and remains dedicated to supporting the new administration led by Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo.

“Ododo’s victory not only signifies the people’s confidence in Ododo but also demonstrates the collaborative efforts of Governor Yahaya Bello, and the entire Kogi community.

Bello Ambassadors Network (BAN).
Bello Ambassadors Network (BAN).

“BAN expresses gratitude to Governor Bello and the people of Kogi for their unwavering support throughout the election process. The network looks forward to a prosperous and progressive era under the leadership of Governor-elect Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo.

ALOS READ  2023: Oborevwori vs Edevbie: Appeal Court Orders Substituted Service On Respondent

“Congratulations once again on this well-deserved achievement!”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *