September 25, 2023
Kogi State, Nigeria – In a surprising turn of events earlier today, Ambassador Tony Ogah, a former Special Adviser to Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State on Stakeholders Relations, celebrated his dismissal from the position with enthusiasm, cakes, and well-wishers. The abrupt termination of Mr. Ogah’s appointment has raised eyebrows and led to speculation about the reasons behind it.
Sources close to the government revealed that Ambassador Tony Ogah’s refusal to carry out certain questionable assignments or instructions issued by the state government against the interests of the people of Kogi State played a pivotal role in his unexpected ousting from the position.
Mr. Ogah’s principled stance and his unwavering commitment to the welfare of the people of Kogi State seem to be at the heart of the controversy surrounding his dismissal. In a statement released after his removal, he made it clear that he chose not to participate in any actions that would oppress the already marginalized citizens of the state.
“I am for the people, and I will not join in oppressing the already suppressed people,” Mr. Ogah emphasized, reaffirming his dedication to the well-being and rights of the people of Kogi State.
The former Special Adviser took to social media to share his unique response to the unexpected turn of events. Images and videos circulated online depict Ambassador Tony Ogah cutting a celebratory cake, surrounded by well-wishers who cheered him on in solidarity.
The circumstances surrounding Ambassador Ogah’s removal and his spirited response have ignited conversations across Kogi State and beyond. While some view his dismissal as a consequence of his refusal to compromise on his principles, others see it as a symbol of a growing demand for transparency and accountability in government.
As the story continues to unfold, residents of Kogi State are closely watching to see what impact Ambassador Tony Ogah’s principled stance and his celebration of his dismissal will have on the political landscape of the state.