The Chief of Staff to the Kogi State Governor, Pharm. Abdulkareem Jamiu Asuku has felicitated with Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State on his 46th birthday anniversary.
Pharm. Asuku, in a release today joined family and friends to celebrate the Governor while thanking God for a life of service and sacrifices to the people of Kogi state.
The Chief of Staff while urging him to continue to work for the prosperity and well-being of Kogites and Nigerians also wished the governor many more years in good health.
In his congratulatory message to Governor Bello, the Chief of Staff urged him to remain steadfast in his avowed commitment to the protection of lives and property of the state no matter the challenges.
Pharm. Asuku said that Kogi has in the past been encumbered by insecurity ranging from armed robbery, banditry and kidnapping, but the coming of Governor Yahaya Bello and his unique strategies in battling insecurity has made Kogi one of the safest states in the country today.
He thanked Governor Yahaya for his giant strides in infrastructural development of the state as part of efforts to boost the economic fortunes of the state.
The massive road projects across the state, building of mega hospitals and the coming of Confluence University of Science and Technology, Osara, are laudable projects that is well appreciated by Kogites and all Nigerians.
“As youngest Governor, you have made me the youngest chief of staff in the federation; youth participation in politics and governance has indeed become a reality under your leadership”.
In his words, “I am happy to celebrate my boss and mentor on this auspicious and remarkable day on earth as he clocks 46years. As we commemorate and reflect on the history and achievements so far gained in your 46years sojourn and 5years as Executive Governor of our dear state, I wish you many more rich legacies ahead and join other Nigerians in calling on you take up the call for a greater and united Nigeria.
“Please accept my warmest congratulations and assurances of my highest regards.”