Kogi Assembly Clerk conferred with exemplary leadership award

THE Nigeria Leadership Advancement Foundation has conferred exemplary leadership award on the Clerk of Kogi State House of Assembly, Alhaji Ibrahim Isa-Amoka.

The Executive Director of the Foundation, Justice Onons who conferred the award at the Legislative Chambers of Kogi State House of Assembly, said the award was conferred on the Clerk based on his outstanding contribution towards the development of Kogi State and humanity.

Speaking shortly after receiving the award Clerk assured that he would continue to strive for the development of kogi state and the well-being of the people.

While dedicating the award to journalists and all staff of the Assembly, he said the award will encourage him to continue to do good to all irrespective of religious or ethnic affiliation.

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