Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara received the Leadership Newspaper Governor of the Year Award on Thursday, September 9th in Abuja. strong>
According to the media platform, Governor AbdulRazaq’s government has repositioned the state and made massive progress for the benefit of the people, reports PM News.
On that day it was reported that the governor not only set a new course for Kwara on all fronts, but was also described as a leader, who deliberately lead a lean government with the help of a first-class cabinet “… with its characteristic simplicity and tolerance of opposing views.”
Below are the areas in which the Governor has excelled since taking office in 2019:
3. Combating poverty
4. Creation of jobs (safety nets for the disadvantaged)
5. Provision of the general basic equipment
6. Careful use of resources
7. Inclusion of gender
8. Engagement of young people and citizens
9. Access to public scrutiny and government accountability
In response to the prestigious award, the governor, to whom it was dedicated to God, said the honor spurred his team to do much more do.
“I assure everyone who has followed the Kwara history that Kwara, like Japan after World War II, ready to lead again! ”
How millions of naira were stolen during the APC campaign, claims the Nigerian governor
Meanwhile, AbdulRazaq had claimed that millions of naira had donated to his campaign in. to fund the 2019 elections were stolen by some party members in the state.
AbdulRazaq made the allegation on Saturday June 26th at a book launch when he spoke about the crisis, which rocked the APC state chapter.
The governor, represented by Deputy Kayode Alabi, said the money was donated by ministers, governors and party supporters to help his Fund the campaign.
However, he stated that some people within the party who claimed they had set up a campaign structure for him without his knowledge had diverted the money. < / p>
The governor said:
“And for ministers, governors, party supporters and friends of Kwara, whom I heard from later, they donated hundreds of millions of naira to to support the Otoge fight in Kwara, I would like to say that I do not have a Kobo this Fo nds received. But how this money was managed or stolen is a story for another day. ”