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We’re introducing new normalcy into Kwara political system – Gov. AbdulRahman

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Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has stated that his government is introducing new normalcy into the state political system.

AbdulRahman furthered that his administration is only committed to actualising the general aspirations of the Kwaran populace.

He made this statement during the award ceremony organised to celebrate Kwara’s founding fathers, heroes, and achievers on Friday at Atlantis Hotel, in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital.

A statement by the Governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Rafiu Ajakaye, on Saturday, said “Senior citizens, distinguished ladies and gentlemen, this administration represents the collective aspirations of our people for progress, development, equitable governance, and respect for the dignity of the human person. This has guided our steps through the past three and half years. Our programmes, projects, and policies have been conceived to give everyone a fair shot.

“We are as focused on infrastructural and human capital development as we are on giving every segment of our state a fair share of what our resources can afford. We are also building a new political culture that respects self-reliance, industry, and healthy competition,” the statement quoted him as saying.

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He further said the award ceremony is part of his administration’s efforts to promote excellence, hard work, patriotism, inclusion, and sustainable development.

“Kwara is a land of great people with impressive footprints, dead or alive; so the list of recipients of this award will widen in the next editions, God willing.

“Over the past three and half years, we have invested so much to refocus the developmental priorities of our state. This has been tough in the face of global economic challenges. Regardless, we are proud of our strides across sectors. Measured against where we are coming from, indices of human capital development have never been so bright, verifiable, and relatable across Kwara State. Even so, we acknowledge the existing gaps and we are committed to beat our own records.

“We are not perfect. We, therefore, need you to continue engaging us in good faith so we can continue improving,” the governor said.

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