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How Bello stopped seasonal flooding of Kpata area in history of Lokoja – Residents

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Residents of Kpata area of Lokoja in Lokoja Local Government Area have described the Executive Governor of Kogi State, Alhaji Yahaya Adoza Bello as “God’s sent and a promise keeping man.

The leader of Kpata Market Group, Mr Musa Iliasu Joda made this revelation in Lokoja today while addressing Journalists who were on inspection tour to the embarkment work along Kpata-Lokoja International Market road.

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Mr Iliasu revealed that the people of Kpata remained exceptionally grateful to His Excellency, Governor Yahaya Bello, affirming that Kpata has tremendously benefited from the administration of Governor Yahaya Bello than any other administration so far in the State.

In his word “when our road was cut into two by the flood, along Foundation faith Church (Salem Church) road, His Excellency through the Ministry of Works and Housing and Kogi State Road maintenance Agency (Kogroma) promptly swung into action and reconstructed the delapited parts immediately. adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Joda further noted that, “even nature is at peace with Governor Bello and his Cabinet” explaining that, the seasonal flooding stopped this year because the Governor has taken proactive measures to halt its recurrence.

He finally advised the populace to be careful in the way and manner in which wastes are disposed in order to avoid blocking the waster ways.

To put a total stop to the yearly menace of flooding within Lokoja metropolis, the Executive Governor of Kogi State Alhaji Yahaya Adoza Bello has commenced the construction of embarkment along Pata -Lokoja International Market Road.

This is a bold step that will turn around the economic situation of the people of Kogi State.

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