Gov. Yahaya Bello to Drop Hashiru Idris, Others After Assembly Election.

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The Governor of Kogi State, Alhaji Yahaya Bello is set to dissolve his cabinet after state assembly election.
Those that will be affected includes Commissioners, administrators of local government council in Kogi West and other political appointees.
Source close to government house disclosed to our reporter that the governor was not happy with political appointees from Kogi west based on the fact that they could not deliver the seven local government councils during the presidential and national assembly elections.
Governor Bello was said to be very angry that the Kogi west political appointees could not mobilised the people to vote against Senator Dino Melaye from representing the senatorial district.
During the presidential and senatorial election, Senator Dino Melaye of the Peoples Democratic Party won 6 out of 7 local government councils.
The governor has also finalised plans to replace the Commissioner for Finance, Mr. Hashiru Idris and his younger brother Abdulrazak Hashiru the administrator of Yagba East.
Meanwhile the governor has ordered all the political appointees, local government administrators and APC chieftains a matching order to deliver this coming state assembly election.
The governor who drop the hint during a meeting with stakeholders of the party in state directed that all the APC chieftains in Kogi State are expected to deliver maximum votes for the party in the coming House of Assembly elections in the state.
His words, “The poor delivery in Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections, particularly in Kogi-West Senatorial District will no more be condoned.
“The party’s strong membership did not show in last weekend’s election. It showed that most of the chieftains, appointees and council chief administrators did not mobilize the grassroots after all the support from the party.
“We have over seven hundred thousand registered APC members in Kogi State and yet the performance last Saturday was poor.
“GYB Kogi New Direction will not condone this act any further. Party leaders, appointees and council chief administrators are expected to perform to expectation at the next House of Assembly polls on March 9.

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