PHOTOS: Ododo visits Tinubu, says distribution of foodstuffs in Kogi will be continuous  

Usman Ododo, governor of Kogi, on Wednesday paid a visit to President Bola Tinubu at the presidential villa in Abuja.

According to a statement by Ismaila Isah, media aide to Ododo, the governor used the opportunity to brief Tinubu on efforts by his administration to improve the security architecture in the state.

“The Governor also commended President Tinubu on his efforts to ensure prompt intervention to address food security challenges in the country, and intimated the president of the positive feedback from the people of Kogi state following the distribution of food palliatives in the state last month,” the statement reads.

“He promised that the exercise will be a continuous one throughout the year and would have long term offshoots in his administration’s efforts to improve agricultural production in the state.


“Governor Ododo assured the president of his commitment to ensure food security in the state with the clearing of hectares of land and subsidy for farmers in the state to boost food production, improve processing facilities and access to markets.

“The Governor commended President Tinubu for the speed and commitment demonstrated by the federal ministry of works towards achieving timely completion of federal road projects in Kogi state.

“He stressed that the Abuja-Lokoja-Benin road is currently receiving the level of attention that reflects the determination of the federal government under President Tinubu to complete the project within a stipulated timeframe.


“In his response, President Tinubu commended Governor Ododo for his impressive start to life in office as the Governor of Kogi State, and assured of his continued support for the Governor in his efforts to transform the state.”


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