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See Exotic Cars Kogi State Gov Is Using For Campaigns - Photos

It's no longer news that Gov. Yahaya Bello is seeking re-election into office come November which is some few weeks away. To kick off his campaign, the youngest governor in Nigeria decided to paint the town in amazing colours. He has decided to do something unique, he got some new G-Wagons numbering about 30 according to the pictures we saw on the social media all branded with his pictures and his party symbol.

Kogi state has been rated as one of the states in Nigeria whose workers are being owed a backlog of 36 months salary. It is also on records that most of Kogi roads and highways are nothing to write about.

We can't confirm if these cars are self-funded or a donation by one of the party members, no matter the case, we wish the people of Kogi State well in their endeavours.

What's your take on these G-Wagons? Check out the pictures below...





9 comments:

  1. Enter your comment...where's d g wagon...dats a jeep cherokee

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  2. Waste of tax payers money when wokers salaries are being owned,
    Nigerian politicians haven't learn lessons from history.

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  3. Enter your comment...these are not g wagons but liberty jeeps

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  4. Enter your comment...may God deliver that state

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  5. we need God intervention in this nation called Nigeria. just look at public funds.

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  6. Abdul Husseini from egume kogi state dekina lgt government22 October 2019 at 17:24

    Enter your comment... that's life,is an opportunity for him to come out and tell people of kogi state what he can do

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  7. Who said corruption will die in this country? a state government who can't pay its work force... using the same tax payers money to buy all these luxurious cars? it is well...

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  8. He should just continue to use our people's salary to import G-wagon as God is going to intervene on our behave.....

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  9. EFCC should look into his administration

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