Auto Dealer,Oludoyi congratulates Kogi Governor-Elect, Usman Ododo on election victory … Commends Peaceful Conduct of Election

The Chief Executive Officer of Mr. J Auto LLC, Juwon Oludoyi has extended his congratulations to Kogi State Governor-elect, Usman Ododo over his victory in the November 11 governorship elections.


Oludoyi applauded the electorates in Kogi state for their active participation in the electoral process, highlighting the resilience of democratic institutions and the people’s influence on the nation’s political landscape.


He emphasized that the election outcome in Kogi State mirrored the desires of the people, asserted that democracy flourished when voters reward competence, transparency, and good governance. Oludoyi viewed Ododo’s victory as expected, citing the impactful achievements of the current administration in the lives of the state’s residents, prompting the need for continuity and consolidation.


Expressing gratitude to the security forces for creating a level playing field for all contestants and maintaining law and order during the highly-anticipated elections, Oludoyi lauded Governor Yahaya Bello’s efforts in providing security for the peaceful election on November 11.


With the election processes concluded, Oludoyi anticipated a renewed sense of hope for the people of Kogi State, expecting progress that will position the state as a hub of peace, commerce, entrepreneurship, and prosperity in Nigeria.


The auto dealer therefore assured the governor-elect of his support for the government of Kogi State in any possible way to move the state forward.


He also urged Governor-elect Ahmed Usman Ododo to sustain the existing peace and unity in the state, fostering development and progress. Oludoyi charges him to lead with compassion and a deepened commitment to state unity at all times.


On Sunday, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared Ahmed Usman Ododo the winner of the November 11 governorship election, having polled the highest number of lawful votes, 446,237, to defeat other candidates.

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