Yahaya Bello 'Don’t discriminate citizens of Kogi state,' MMPAN says

A group under the auspices of Muslim Media Publishers Association of Nigeria (MMPAN) has urged the Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello not to discriminate among the citizens of the state.

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Yahaya Bello, Kogi Governor

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A group under the auspices of Muslim Media Publishers Association of Nigeria (MMPAN) has urged the Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello not to discriminate among the citizens of the state.

The group also urged him to ensure there is unity and brotherhood as it has always being among the people of the state irrespective of tribal affiliation.

National President of the group, Malam Jafaru Mailama Yakubu made the plea in a statement signed in Kaduna.

"The People are eager to see real change happening across nooks and crannies  of the state in terms of provision of infrastructure and good governance. We want to see rapid development in the state under the leadership of Yahaya Bello. So that those that voted him will be proud of the state," Mailama said.

The National President also appealed to Kogi indigenes to support the new governor in his quest to move the state forward.

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