Kogi election: Yahaya Bello votes in Okene, boasts of victory

THE Kogi state Governor Yahaya Bello has boasted that his party’s candidate Usman Ododo, would win at the governorship election poll held today, November 11, in the state.

The governor, who has spent two terms as governor of the North Central state, said he was certain of victory because of the work he had done in the state.

He stated this after casting his vote at the Open Space polling unit, Asubo Ward, Okene, Kogi Central.

  • Kogi State governor, Yahaya Bello addressing the media after casting his vote in Okene, Kogi Central on Saturday November 11.
    Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello addressing the media after casting his vote in Okene, Kogi Central on Saturday, November 11.

“The most free, fair, credible, and violence-free election. So, the issue of violence in our election in Kogi state is a media creation.

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“It is a figment of the imagination of all those who do not want good things for Kogi state. There is nothing like violence,” Bello said while responding to a question on fear of violence during the poll.

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