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HON TAJUDEEN BISIMILAHI FELICITATE ABDULAHI BELLO & OTHER OFFICERS ON THEIR MONUMENTAL VICTORIES AT THE POLL.

An ardent supporter of the ruling All Progressives Congress from the Western Senatorial district of Kogi State, Honourable Tajudeen Bisimilahi has joined other well wishers to felicitate with the newly re-elected State Chairman of the APC, Alhaji Abdullah Bello and other party Officers for their massive victories at the just concluded State Congress .

Honourable Tajudeen Bisimilahi in a message of felicitation to the Chairman and made available to Media Houses in Lokoja today also eulogized and acknowledged the inroad made by Governor Yahaya Bello for creating a favourable working environment which climaxed to a rancour free Congress.

Why x-raying the performances of All Progressives Congress under the watch of Honourable Abdulahi Bello during his first tenure, Bisimilahi observed that the party had made successful outings in all the elections during the first term of the Chairman

He identified the state assemble ,National assemble , Presidential, Governorship and the last year Local Government council elections held in the state were all won by the party.

Honourable Tajudeen Bisimilah expressed implict confidence in the capacity of Abdulahi Bello and his team to continue to deliver on their mandates as party’s supporters and critical stakeholders count on them to inject fresh ideas that will catapult the party to the next of successes .

He appealed to other party Officers to mobilize queniue cooperation and support to the state chairman to enable him churn out policies and programmes that will make the party to sustain its lead especially as the nation’s prepare for another general elections.

Honourable Tajudeen Bisimilahi prayed Almighty Allah (SWT) in His infinite merry and grace to continued to give the chairman and his team the requisite wisdom, knowledge , sound health and strength in the collective task to building a virile political party that will be love by all.

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