By Bluwaji Obahopo
LOKOJA—The newly elected members of the Kogi State House of Assembly have been admonished to make good laws that would ensure rapid development of the state, rather than engaging in unnecessary political bickerings with other arms of the government.
The state governor, Capt. Idris Wada, rtd, who gave the advice yesterday in Lokoja during the opening ceremony of a five-day retreat organised by the outgoing sixth Assembly, urged the members -elect to join hands with the executive and the judicial arms of government towards moving the state to greater heights in terms of physical and human resources transformation.
Wada was represented on the occasion by his deputy, Mr Yomi Awoniyi.
He urged the members- elect to see their new calling as one requiring hard work, dedication to duty, transparency, accountability and loyalty by contributing their quota towards uplifting the state from the level they met it.