Governor Yahaya Bello reportedly commissions new mansion in his hometown (PHOTOS)


Kofi State Governor Yahaya Bello has reportedly commissioned a new mansion for himself in Okene, Kogi State. 

According to political analyst, Usman Okai Austin, the mansion which is said to be owned by him was reportedly commissioned today Wednesday the 6th of December 2017 in his home town.

Below is what Mr. Usman shared on Facebook:

“The picture below is the newly Commissioned Governor Yahaya Bello’s personal residence in Okene which he built with Kogites taxpayers money.The edifice was commissioned today Wednesday the 6th of December 2017.in his home town,Okene.

“Governor Bello is owing Kogi Civil servants over 20 month salaries,while the plights of pensioners and local Government workers is pathetic as majority of them died due to poverty and disease.

“With this edifice, Kogites clearly discovered where their Commonwealth was diverted to.

“How can a Governor whose decimal performances is all over the state commissioned an edifice built with Kogites taxpayers money be said to be God fearing?

“Is Governor Yahaya Bello and his Chief of staff,Edward Onoja above the law?

“TAKE NOTE

“#FACT HAS IT THAT GOV. BELLO NEVER COMMISSION ANY ROAD SINCE HE WAS MADE THE GOVERNOR 
#FACT HAS IT THAT GOV.BELLO NEVER BUILD A SINGLE HOSTEL FOR ANY HIGH INSTITUTIONS IN KOGI STATE 

#BUT BELLO HAS SO FAR TAKEN CARE OF HIMSELF WITH TAX PAYER MONEY”






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  1. Stop this hate Mr. Okai. You have always been a critic of Bello. What is wrong about Bello building a personal residence in his home town. And for your lies on him not doing anything, the revenue house in Lokoja is an edifice he built, the agasa-ukpogoro road he built is there for all to see. And what about the street lightning of Lokoja township roads and asphalt laying of the state secretariat parking lot among others. If you must critise, which OK, make it constructive and not damaging all the time.

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    1. Shut up your mouth. You call Revenue House, asphalt laying of a parking lot, and Street Lighting a value yielding project? By the way, how many of those lights are currently working? How has that affected the lives of the common man? And to think that you don't see anything wrong with building an edifice while in office goes to show that in fact the leaders aren't the problem, but the followers - rather shocking.

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