Kogi constituency passes vote of no confidence on Rep

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By BOLUWAJI OBAHOPO

The people of Ankpa/ Omala/Olamaboro Federal Constituency, Kogi State have passed a vote of no confidence on the member representing their constituency at the House of Representatives, Muhammed Idris, describing his election as  a “wasted mandate”.

The President of Kogi East Concerned Forum, Edibo Adejoh Musa, who spoke on behalf of the constituency, lamented “the non-performance of the lawmaker”  who is the son of  former  Governor  Ibrahim Idris.
Edibo labelled Muhammed’s constituency projects as window dressing. “The abysmal performance of Mohammed Idris as a representative has only confirmed the initial fear of  the people of his constituency that he is a stranger.”
The constituency spokesperson said Muhammed is an Abuja politician, pointing out that the lawmaker last  visited his constituency in May, 2011 when he won election.

 

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