Kogi Gov. Signs Seven Bills Into Law


Kogi State Governor, Ahmed Usman Ododo, has signed seven bills into law, including the establishment of the Kogi State Anti-Corruption Agency and the Kogi State Electricity Regulatory Commission.

The laws aim to promote transparency, accountability, and economic development in the state. Governor Ododo urged the people to embrace the new laws, stressing that no one is above the law.

He also encouraged those in positions of authority to familiarize themselves with the provisions of the laws.

The Executive Director of Conscience For Human Rights and Conflict Resolution (CHRCR), Idris Miliki Abdul, commended the governor’s action and hoped for proper implementation.

The laws signed include:
Kogi State Local Government Service Commission Law, Kogi State Scholarship Board Edict, Kogi State Electricity Market and Regulatory Commission Law, Kogi State Anti-Corruption Agency Law, Kogi State Commodity Exchange, Export Promotion and Market Development Agency Law, Kogi State Information Technology Development Agency Law, Kogi State Mineral Resources Development Agency Law

These laws aim to improve the lives of Kogi State citizens and promote economic development.