Gov AbdulRazaq, Dangote to flags off disbursement of micro grant for 16,000 rural women in Kwara


Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq alongside with the business tycoon cum philanthropist Alhaji Aliko Dangote will on Wednesday flags off disbursement of N10,000 each to 16,000 rural women in kwara as micro grant payment.

The non refundable grant is part of the efforts of the business tycoon to alleviate poverty among the rural women through its Non Governmental Organization (NGO) “Alhaji Aliko Dangote Foundation”

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According to the statement made available to the press by the Kwara state coordinator for the non refundable grant, Mr. Kayode Oyin zubair, said
“Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq will on Wednesday receive businessman, Alhaji Aliko Dangote in the State to flag off disbursement of micro grant to 16,000 rural women in the state”

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Kayode, who is also a Senior Special Assistant to the Kwara state Governor of Community Development, disclosed that the flag off ceremony will take place in Bode-Saadu, headquarters of Moro local government area.

“Governor AbdulRazaq will be joined by other top government functionaries at the flag off ceremony. The disbursement is scheduled to run concurrently in two local government areas daily, starting from Wednesday, 31st of March, 2021”

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“We implore beneficiaries to check notice board at the local government secretariats in all the sixteen local government areas of the State for further clarification”

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