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Monday, 21 August 2017

Kogi Govt Declares Public Holiday To Celebrate Buhari's Return

Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State has declared Monday, August 21 as public holiday and Thanksgiving day to commemorate the safe return of President Muhammadu Buhari from his medical vacation in London.






A statement issued on Sunday in Lokoja by his Director General on Media and Publicity, Kingsley Fanwo, said the gesture was in line with the support of the Kogi people for "the renaissance of our nation by Mr. President".

"We urge Kogites to also use the occasion of the Public Holiday to pray for Mr. President as he resumes his responsibilities of repositioning Nigeria," the statement said.

The Governor thanked people of the state for standing by the President and for trooping to Abuja in thousands to welcome the 'Lion of Africa'.


From Dailytrust

13 comments:

  1. Na,like to stay house,

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  2. I should be in kogi state to enjoy this public holiday they should have made it a general thing for all states, since that is the only thing they can do.

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  3. As someone who loves public holiday... Menh I wish Edith state gov would do same.... Lol... Even if it's two weeks self... We need to celebrate and pray for him well oh... U think it's easy to go to London and come back... If it's easy why hv I not tried it... Lol

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  4. Foolishness in the highest order!

    Just Krix!

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  5. This is the height of sycophancy... Yahaya Bello is a hypocrite of the highest level, I second Sandy Yo, eye service oshi...

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    1. Thats just what It is!!!
      Hope mummy code is cool.*wink*😊

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  6. See mumu governor wey never pay workers dey declare holiday for president

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  7. That Nigga government is one chance government. So Kogi people has entered one chance

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  8. Misplaced priority. Mtchew. Is that what your state need?

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  9. MUMU governor.

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