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Soldiers block road to Kogi Governor’s Hometown ahead of Election



Soldiers block road to Kogi Governor's hometown ahead of Election

Nigerian Army have reportedly taken control of roads leading to Kogi Governor Yahaya Bello’s hometown ahead of Kogi State election.

The situation over in the Middle-belter state has seen a tight security schedule dictate the flow of activities within the state in recent hours as Kogi decides on their next governorship representative.

As of the time of filing this report, the precise reason behind the military presence on the roads remains unknown, adding an air of mystery to the unfolding situation. The soldiers’ takeover raises questions about the potential impact on the electoral process and has sparked speculation about the motives behind such a deployment.

Observers and residents are closely monitoring the situation as voters prepare to cast their ballots in the Kogi State election.

The presence of the military on the routes leading to Governor Yahaya Bello’s hometown introduces an unexpected element to the electoral landscape, with Kogi indigenes hoping to know more as time goes on.