Kogi assembly approves Yahaya Bello’s N3b loan request


The Kogi State Assembly has approved Governor Yahaya Bello’s request to borrow the sum of N3 billion to fund the Nigeria Covid Nineteen Action Recovery And Economic Stimulus (NG-CARES) projects in the state.

The approval follows consideration of the letter sent to the Assembly by Governor Bello asking the House to approve said amount for funding of World Bank-assisted projects through NG-CARES.

The Speaker of the House, while reading Mr. Governor’s letter, noted that the facility would be drawn from Zenith Bank and repayment would be made on a monthly basis from the State’s allocation on Frontline fees.

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