Direct Ohiogba of Mozum to return to his abandoned Palace- Adakeke appeals to Ododo

A former Majority Leader in the Kogi State House of Assembly, Hon. Alhassan Adakeke, has appealed to Kogi State Governor, Ahmed Usman Ododo, to urgently act


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Direct Ohiogba of Mozum to return to his abandoned Palace- Adakeke appeals to Ododo


A former Majority Leader in the Kogi State House of Assembly, Hon. Alhassan Adakeke, has appealed to Kogi State Governor, Ahmed Usman Ododo, to urgently act on the resolution of Bassa Local Government Security Meeting, which called for Ohiogba's immediate relocation to Mozum as delivered to him by the Local Government Area Transition Committee Chairman, Hon Theophilus Adama.

 

Our Kogi State Correspondent, reports that Hon. Adakeke, made the appeal, today, Thursday February 29 in a statement.

 

Hon. Adakeke, reacted to a press conference credited to the Monarch, wherein he was quoted to have said, Mozum District, disowned him in Bassa Local Government.

 

While noting that he was out to set the records straight and prevent the Ohiogba of Mozum from misleading the general public, Hon. Adakeke, emphasized that, the Monarch does not  possess the moral right to disown an individual from the community, following, “his selfish track records and his total disloyalty to the Government of the  State.”

 

The former lawmaker, accused the Ohiogba of Mozum of working openly for the opposition Social Democratic Party, (SDP) in the last governorship election in Kogi State, which according to him, was against the interest of the people.

 

He said: "I am embarrassed and shocked that, this so called committee of SDP canvassers turned traditional Council members, could pick the courage to disown me from a community to which they were  roundly defeated in the November 11, 2024 Governorship elections.

 

"What they called an unsubstantiated petition was a joint report of the Bassa Local Government Area Election Management Committee, submitted to the state Elections Review Committee. At what point are they reducing such reports to a  petition from Hon. Alhassan Adakeke. 

 

"To reduce such official reports to be a petition, simply expose their mental dilution and exhibition of their frustration of their defeat at the November 11 Governorship election".


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Odimayo Olatunde Frederick
graduate of Mass Communication and Kogi State Correspondent of Fresh Angle International Newspaper
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