Musa Wada Gives Hint On Kogi Next Governorship Election, May Contest Again
The defeated candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the last gubernatorial election in Kogi State – Engineer Musa Wada, has given a hint regarding the next election year in the state, assuring his supporters that the “fight” to “free” the people continues.
Wada who lost to the incumbent governor, Alhaji Yahaya, of the All Progressive Congress (APC), in the 2019 election that was characterized by a pocket of violence took to his unverified Facebook handle on Monday to keep his followers abreast with his thoughts.
The post which at the time of filing this report, has over 100 reactions reads in part;
“Kogites must not become numb to these senseless hardship being powered by the APC led government in our state.
“The people have coined their own slangs and have coordinated themselves all through this time, sustaining and remaining peaceful.
“In light of this, I must assure all kogites that, prayerfully and hopefully, the turning point for our people is very close.
“The election year is close again. The fight to free the Kogi state must continue to ensure that governance improves and that government continues to work for the common interest of the people, not just a few government overloads.
“To our great minds and supporters out there, “SEE YOU SOON” because the work goes on, the cause endures and the dream of the people’s Kogi state shall never die.”
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Meanwhile, it is still blurred on what the next Kogi political arrangements across parties would look like given the fact that the seating governor is exiting and the tribal tripod of Igala, Ebira, and Okun have begun the agitation on who to succeed Mr. Bello.