Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has vowed to advance his developmental strides in the state.
AbdulRahman made this promise in his acceptance speech after receiving his Certificate of Return in Abuja on Tuesday, following his triumph at the just concluded governorship election in the state.
He further noted that his re-election is an indication of the people’s trust in his administration.
“This certificate represents the collective decision of our people to push forward our agenda for sustainable development in Kwara State. It symbolizes their trust in our efforts to build a state in which everyone has equal stakes. I do not take this trust for granted.”
“I am reassuring our people that our government will continue to be empathetic, inclusive, and responsive as our resources permit.
“In the next four years, we plan to see through our legacy projects and reforms across different sectors.
The governor said while his administration would not cease in his tradition of aggressive investment in infrastructures in the state, it would not trample on the dignity of the Kwaran populace.
“Beyond building physical infrastructure, I believe that Kwara requires a new thinking that not only protects the dignity of the human person but also guarantees sustainable growth. We need everyone to make this happen, irrespective of where we stand in politics or faith.”