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Threats of insecurity and flooding in Kogi State Urged by Governor Ododo to the Federal Government

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Ahmed Usman Ododo, governor of Kogi state, has appealed to the federal government for aid as his state struggles to combat the menaces of insecurity and persistent floods.

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During a meeting with a delegation from the Revenue Mobilization Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC) at Government House, Lokoja, Governor Ododo allegedly made the call, according to a statement released on Friday by Ismaila Isah, Special Adviser to the Governor on Media.

Kogi, the governor said, is a transit state that shares borders with the nation’s capital and ten other states; as a result, the federal government needs to step up its financial assistance to help with issues like flooding and insecurity.

If the issues of insecurity and persistent flooding are not resolved, they could have an impact on the federal capital Abuja and other neighboring states, according to Ododo.

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