The Publisher, management and staff of Access Weekly Magazine have wished the Divinely Mandated Governor Bello Matawalle of Zamfara State a hearty congratulations on the occasion of his one year anniversary in office.

In a statement made available to the media, the publisher, Mr. Sola Olugbemiro wrote, “Your Excellency, it is with heartfelt and profound appreciation of your landmark achievements in the last one year of your divinely inspired tenure as The Executive Governor of Zamfara State that we at Access Weekly Magazine heartily appreciate you. It is a fact that the good people of Zamfara has never had it so good in the delivery of people-oriented governance as been witnessed presently. You are indeed the harbinger of peace and development in Zamfara State and your diplomatic approach to resolving the myriads of security challenges you met on ground has today reunited the people of the state and rekindled their collective drive to build a virile land, economically viable and united Zamfara State.

Sola Olugbemiro and Gov. Bello Matawalle


“Your deep sense of commitment, and genuine love for your people has positively reflected in the massive infrastructural development, improved healthcare and and educational sectors. Your pragmatic approach to ensuring economic prosperities through agriculture, provision of earth dams and other palliatives have become reference points across the federation today. After wondering in the wilderness of bad governance for years with leaders of divisive tendencies, in your administration , your people can now heartily and truly say they have finally found light at the end of the tunnel. Your Excellency, we say a warm congratulations to you, we pray that God will continue to guide, protect and strengthen you in your undying zeal and quest to provide your people good governance and bequeath them lasting developmental legacies. Amen”, he concluded.
Gov. Bello’s achievements even as an opposite governor have remained a referral point in this current dispensation. Having made security his first priority in office, it was easier for the technocrat-turned politician to hit the ground running with developmental projects that’s turning perception of the state and attracting investors from within and outside the shores of the country.

Sola Olugbemiro

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