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Governor Ododo Meets With Senior Federal Civil Servants, Calls for Collaboration for Greater Kogi State


Kogi State Governor, Ahmed Usman Ododo has met with Senior Staff members in the Federal Civil Service who hails from the Central Senatorial District of the State


A statement by Adeiza Yaqub, the Media Aide to the immediate past Chairman of MIREMCO in Kogi State, Hajiya Hasisat Ozavize, explained that the meeting which took place at the invitation of the Governor in Abuja, was part of Ododo’s commitment to continuous engagement with key stakeholders towards ensuring a better and greater Kogi State.


A Director from Public Complaints Commission, Alhaji A.M Abdulazeez, led the Director, Planning Research and Statistics – Federal Ministry of Marine and Blue Economy, Hajia Khaltum Ibrahim, Deputy Director, Monitoring and Evaluation, Federal Ministry of Agriculture – Abdulganiu Abdulmalik Aduvi, among others, to the meeting.


Governor Ododo, while addressing the gathering, expressed appreciated the visiting team for their unwavering support and the pivotal role they played in his electoral victory.


He said their dedication and advocacy was instrumental in galvanizing widespread support across the Central Senatorial District, leading to a successful outcome at the polls.

The Governor emphasized the importance of continued collaboration and welcomed suggestions and advice from the attendees, pointing out that his administration is committed to fostering open communication and leveraging the expertise and insights of seasoned Professionals and stakeholders across board.


Governor Ododo promised a more enlarged meeting with the Federal Civil Servants from Kogi Central Senatorial District to chart the way forward.


The Federal Civil Servants in their various remarks, commended Governor Ododo for his Administration’s significant improvement in the payment of Workers’ Salary Payment, visible infrastructure development, commitment to Agricultural Sector and the State’s renewed focus in Solid Minerals Development.


A number of suggestions were raised, including encouraging sons and daughters of Kogi State to join the Federal Civil Service and lending support to Kogites who are already in the Service.


The meeting ended with both parties reiterating their commitment to inclusive governance and ensuring the well-being of all citizens as such collective efforts would lead to substantial and meaningful development in Kogi State.


Also in attendance were the House of Representatives Member Representing Ajaokuta Federal Constituency at the National Assembly – Hon. Sanni Egidi Abdulraheem, Chief of Staff to the Governor – Hon. Ali Bello Atimpo, the erstwhile Executive Chairman of Kogi State Mineral Resources Development Agency – Hajia Hassiat Suleiman who co-engaged with Alhaji Wasiu Issah.


Others include Special Adviser to the DG National Productivity Centre/Head, Project Monitoring & Evaluation/NASS -Alhaji Kazeem Abdul and the Director, Federal Capital Developer Administration – Alhaji Musa Onsachi.

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