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Published On: Mon, Aug 5th, 2019

Audu Alfa joins Kogi guber race, vows to mitigate youth restiveness

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By Stanley Onyekwere

An Action Alliance (AA) Governorship Aspirant in the forthcoming Governorship Election  in Kogi State,  Doctor Samuel Audu Alfa has promised to harness the state natural resources in building industries to create jobs and reduce youth restiveness in the state.

Audu Alfa made the promise while picking his Governorship nomination form at the Party’s National Secretariat, in Abuja.

He described Kogi as very rich in abundant natural resources expressed concern that the resources had not been effectively tapped for the development of the State.

According to him, said if elected in the November’s Governorship Election, he would use his wealth of knowledge to reposition the state for greatness.

He opined that construction of road infrastructure and, state of the heart health facility would be given adequate attention to improve the well being of people of the state.

He said computers would be provided in schools towards developing education and empower the youths for future challenges.

The AA Governorship Aspirant explained that necessary empowerment programmes would also be put in place to reduce unemployment and poverty in the State.

He equally pledged to ensure regular payment of salaries to workers and initiate welfare packages that would boost their productivity.

Earlier,  the National Chairman of Action Alliance,  A A,  Chief Kenneth Udeze said arrangements had already been concluded for the conduct of the party’s primary election this month for the November’s Kogi and Bayelsa States Governorship elections.

According to Chief Kenneth Udeze screening  for the governorship aspirants would be conducted before the end of this month.

While expressing optimism that the party would emerge victorious in the governorship elections,  the AA National Chairman appealed to people of Kogi and Bayelsa States to come out en mass during the polls.

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