PDP Chieftain Accuse Kogi Gov. Of Approving Office Of Immediate Past Governor
The newly sworn in governor of Kogi State, Usman Ododo, has been accused of approving the establishment of the office of the immediate past governor in the state.
This was alleged by Austin Okai, the Peoples Democratic Party House of Representatives candidate for Dekina/Bassa Fender Constituency in the 2023 elections via his X handle on Monday.
According to Austin Okai, the “Office of the Immediate-Past Governor” would be domiciled in the state Government House.
“Kogi State Governor approves the establishment of the ‘Office of Immediate Past Governor’ to be domiciled in the Government House. Kogi State, congratulations”.
Ododo was sworn in on Saturday, January 27 to replace Yahaya Bello.