Kogi State is the second best state in Nigeria's North in combating out-of-school-children menace. Data from the Federal Ministry of Education prove that the Confluence State, under Governor Yahaya Bello, is slightly behind the FCT, which is basically the focus of Federal efforts in socioeconomic programmesKogi is second best state in Nigeria's North in combating out-of-school-children menace. Data from the Federal Ministry of Education prove that the State, under Governor Yahaya Bello, is slightly behind the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja. The FCT, which is usually the focus of most federal efforts in socioeconomic governance is unsurprisingly ahead, but the Confluence State again proves that she can take progressive strides once again***  GYB-PROJECTS: Ultra-modern General Hospital, Under Construction At Isanlu-Yagba East LGA-Kogi State. Similar projects ongoing simultaneously in two (2) other locations in the state, ie, Gegu in Kogi LGA and Eganyi in Ajaokuta LGA***  The World Bank has commended Governor Yahaya Bello for refunding $4.63 million surplus funds under the Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP)***  This app, is an Audio/visual excursion into the stewardship of His Excellency, Governor Yahaya Bello*** 
A cross- section of Basic Schools,computer labs and Toilets built across the 21 LGAs in the State.
Pictures above: LGEA Kajola and School of Nursing Obangede built by the New Direction Administration.
Pictures above: ICT Lab in Technical College Kabba and University of Science and Technology Osara.
500-seater twin lecture theatre completely renovated and furnished in Kogi State Polytechnic and Blocks of Hostel under construction in the same institution.
Pictures above: 1: Establishment of a World Class Reference Hospital Okene, undergoing massive construction, 2&3: Construction work ongoing at the State Specialist Hospital, Lokoja, 4,7&8:Construction of PHCs across the State, 5: Establishment of Public Health Emergency Operation Centre (PHEOC), 6: Revitalization of Confluence Advance Diagnostic and Imaging Centre (CAMDIC)
Pictures above: His Excellency Governor Yahaya Bello launching the Health Care Plus Initiative
Pictures above: Beneficiaries of the Indigent funds of the Governor Yahaya Bello Administration
Pictures above: Supply of drugs and medical equipments in the fight against COVID-19.
Pictures above: 1. Nutrition House, 2 & 3. Governor Yahaya Bello inspecting the Confluence Advance Diagnostic Centre, 4&5. Supply of Medical Equipment.
Pictures above:Governor Yahaya Bello Flag-off the enrollment of beneficiaries into Kogi State Health Insurance Agency Vulnerable Programme.
Picture above: 1. His Excellency, Yahaya Bello inspecting the Confluence Advance Diagnostic Centre, 2. State and LG PHC workers undergoing training on COVID-19 safety measures.
Pictures above: 1. Governor Yahaya Bello inspecting the trained and deployed Forest Guards, 2. Training of youths into the Kogi State Board of Internal Revenue, 3. The Wife of the Governor, Mrs. Rashida Bello inspecting the produce of women during KOWYEF training programme.
Picture above: Governor Yahaya Bello meets state's Traditional Rulers, Vigilantes, 2&3. Beneficiaries and participants of YESSO and Kogi Got Talent respectively, 4&5. Distribution of fertilizer and sanitization programme of farmers.
Pictures above: 1,3,4,5&6. Distribution of tillers to farmers, 2. Training of youths into Kogi State Internal Revenue and 7. Participants of Kogi Got Talent programme.
Pictures above: Kogi State Talent Hunt and Her Excellency, Mrs. Rashida Bello youth empowerment programme.
Empowerment of youths by Her Excellency, Mrs. Rashida Bello, and the training of the recruited State's Vigilantes and distribution of motorcycles to them.
Pictures above: Advocacy visit by the state's coordinator of IFAD, sensitization of the registered farmers, and beneficiaries working on the rice farm.
Pictures above: Registration and sentization of the IFAD programme beneficiaries, and a community intervention (borehole).
Pictures above: IFAD sentization programme, rice farm and community interventions (borehole, Rice drying structure and Store house).
Pictures above: Rice processing by IFAD farmers and community intervention (Market stores at Ejule-Odebe).
Pictures above: IFAD community interventions (Construction of rice Store house, boreholes and market stalls at Kabba-Bunu), and rice farms.
Pictures above: Stack of processed rice by IFAD farmers, community intervention (Construction of market stalls at Ejule-Ojebe), and His Excellency, Yahaya Bello commissioning of tillers to farmers.
Pictures above: Registered IFAD farmers on rice farms and community interventions (Market stalls and borehole).
Pictures above: Roads construction in Kogi East.
Pictures above: Construction of roads across Kogi Central and East.
Pictures above: Roads construction across Kogi West.
Pictures above: Construction of erosion drainages and roads in Kogi East.
Pictures above: Construction of roads and erosion drainages across Kogi Central.
Pictures above: Construction of roads and erosion drainages within Kogi Central.
Pictures above: Construction of Central Mosque in Kogi East, and Confluence Rice farm and product at Ejiba, Kogi West.
Pictures above: Construction of the second biggest Rice Mill in Northern Nigeria at Ejiba, Kogi West.
Pictures above: Various infrastructure projects in the State (Construction of Graphic Administrative Blocks and Rural electrification in Banda -Konto).
Pictures above: Commissioning of Rural electrification in Banda-Konto, Ogori-Mangogo Power Station, Street light in Lokoja Metropolis, and distribution of Lena buses to Tertiary Institution across the State, and Consrtuction of erosion drainage in Kogi East.
Pictures above: Construction of Office Complex for Ministry of Transportation, VIO (Vehicle Inspection Office) , Supply of transport buses.
Pictures above: Commissioning of the Government House Chapel, newly built mosque and the inspecting of the Civil Service Screening Exercise by Governor Yahaya Bello.
Picture above: Governor Yahaya Bello Inspecting the Government House Chapel, visiting the Fulani herders and host communtiy, inugurating the 21 Local Government Chairmen and House Wards Leaders.
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