The All Progressive Congress (APC) on  Saturday began its  campaign for the reelection of Governor Yahaya Bello at Idah,  the traditional headquarters of the Igala Kingdom in the Eastern Senatorial District of the state.

Governor Yahaya Bello used the opportunity to inaugurate a good number of completed projects at the College of Health Technology, Idah and performed the ground breaking ceremony for the construction of 5.6kilometre Idah-Aganegbode Bridge to give glamour to his campaign.

Bello reiterated his commitment to providing state of the art infrastructures to enable the people of the state enjoy modern healthcare delivery.

The Governor in company of the entire members of the State Executive Council, party leaders and faithful of the All Progressive Congress (APC) commissioned the Hajia Rashidat Bello College Modern Clinic that was renovated and equipped with state of the art equipment.

Other projects inaugurated by Gov. Bello include, the Micheal Ameh Oboni Medical laboratory, Renovated and well equipped Science and Pharmacy Laboratory, College Sachet Water factory.

He also laid the foundation stone for the Edward Onoja Administrative Complex, assured of his commitment to the wellbeing of citizenry.

While promising to sustain the development strides recorded in his first term, the governor assured of equitable distribution of amenities across the state.

Earlier in his welcome address, Comr. Dr. Nuhu Anyegwu, Provost, College of Health Sciences and Technology, Idah, described the project’s completion as remarkable, and commended the present administration for making infrastructure development top on its priority.

Similarly, Governor Bello performed the ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of 5.6kilometre Idah-Aganegbode bridge.

While performing the ceremony, the governor said that, the project when completed will open boost commercial activities of the state as well as ease human and vehicular movements.

He gave an assurance that no stone will be left unturned in completing the project as early as possible.

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