Kogi State Gov., Yahaya Bello, Denies Owing Workers’ Salaries

Kogi State Gov., Yahaya Bello, Denies Owing Workers' Salaries

The Governor of Kogi state, Yahaya Bello, has denied the widespread claims that his administration owes workers in the state salaries.

He made this known in an interview with Channels TV on Tuesday.

He said: “All these reports of me owing salaries are lies. Past governors of Kogi State were owing salaries starting from Audu to my immediate predecessor. Kogi state is not owing any dime at the state level, what is left is the ten percent from the previous government.

“As for El-Rufai kneeling, he was begging that Kogi people should forgive Bello for ensuring security and ensuring the state was peaceful and not because he could not pay salaries.”

On the claim of people being killed during the election, Bello said: “After I was declared winner, a PDP thug stabbed somebody and ran into the house of their women leader but he was caught and dealt with.

“My deputy governor-elect’s wife was shot at but thank God she didn’t die, the police are looking into it and would bring the culprits to book.”

Recall that Yahaya Bello was announced as the winner of the November 16th governorship election in the state by INEC.


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