November 28, 2022



2023 presidency: ALGON vows to help candidate dedicated to LG autonomy 

Forward of the 2023 basic elections, the Affiliation of Native Governments of Nigerian (ALGON), has acknowledged that it could unequivocally help and provides its commitments to any presidential candidate dedicated to the actualisation of full Native Authorities autonomy.

The affiliation additionally reiterated its attraction to different tiers of presidency to recognise Native Governments and Space Councils as a serious state actors within the true spirit of federalism as enshrined within the 1999 Structure (as Amended).

In a communique issued on Sunday after the thirty second Nationwide Government Council (NEC) of ALGON  in Lokoja Kogi state, ALGON stated: “With respect to the 2023 forthcoming basic election, the affiliation will unequivocally help and provides its commitments to any presidential candidate that’s dedicated for the actualization of full Native Authorities Autonomy”.

The communique famous ALGON’s NEC would “help group policing as a technique of attaining efficient safety and security of lives and properties within the nation.

It additional acknowledged: “The NEC is deeply frightened and sympathises with college college students, dad and mom and most people on the extended however avoidable ASUU strike that has elevated the overall hardship on the residents. 

“The federal authorities is subsequently suggested to right away resolve and finish the continuing strike with a view to attaining an all inclusive progress for nationwide growth.

“The NEC agreed unanimously to comply with up on points relating to Constitutional evaluate of the proposed Income Allocation system enhance from 22% to 35% in favour of the Native Governments and Space Councils.” 

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