Kogi State Governor, His Excellency Yahaya Bello today paid a courtesy visit to the Emir of Zazzau, His Highness Alhaji Ahmed Nuhu Bamalli in Zaria.
The Governor said his visit was to congratulate the Emir on his One year in office as the 19th Fulani Emir of the Zazzau Emirate.
Governor Bello why commending the emir on his leadership prowess that endeared his subjects to him also said he is happy the First-class Chief has ensured his people lived in peace and harmony. He noted that the peace enjoyed within the Emirate will accelerate development in all spheres.
A statement by ONOGWU Muhammed, chief press secretary to the Governor said, Alhaji Yahaya Bello was accompanied by Senators Jibrin Isah Echocho, Smart Adeyemi of Kogi East and West respectively, member representing Idah Federal Constituency, Hon David Zakariah, speaker, Kogi state house assembly, Rt Hon Mathew Kolawole, some members of the state house of assembly, some local government chairmen, Chief of Staff to the governor, Pharm Jamiu ABDULKAREEM Asuka and other cabinet members.
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