Kogi Guber: Barr. Natasha's denied stepping down from kogi governorship race

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Barr. Natasha H. Akpoti has denied the report making round the social media platform that she has stepped down from kogi governorship race.

Kogi state chapter of (SDP) Social Democratic party, accused one Momoh Sunday Omeiza of circulating fake story, claiming that Natasha H. Akpoti, Governorship candidate of SDP has stepped down for Yahaya Bello.

According to Kogi SDP chapter who denied the claimed, enjoyed the general public to disregard the report, stating "that, Barr. Natasha Akpoti is not in the race for any personal aggrandizement, she is fully committed to new Kogi project and how to turn the state to an industrial hub of the country, a vision that is devoid of tribal agenda being brandishing around".

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SDP report read, "The Purported Withdrawing of Barr Natasha Akpoti from Kogi Gubernatorial Race, A wishful Thinking

The attention of Barr Natasha Akpoti team has been drawn to a purported story making the round on social media by one MOMOH SUNDAY OMEIZA who drivel a concocted story of how Barr. Natasha Akpoti has shelved
her governorship ambition.

We would have ignored the imposter and his naked lies but for the sake of unsuspecting members of the public who may be deceived by his phony, we've chosen to set the record straight.

Barr. Natasha Akpoti is not in the race for any personal aggrandizement, she is fully committed to new Kogi project and how to turn the state to an industrial hub of the country, a vision that is devoid of tribal agenda being brandishing around.

Barr Natasha Akpoti's pledge mantra that called for her governorship ambition is bigger than tribal agenda and the good people of Kogi State should ignore the rumours of her stepping down being orchestrated by the enemies of the state."

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