Kwara North political office holders reiterates commitment to development of the zone

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Political office holders from Kwara North senatorial district of kwara state has reiterated their commitment to the development of the zone under the present administration.

The political officers comprising elected and appointed made the commitment at a Town Hall meeting in Kosubosu, headquarters of Baruten local government area of the state.

In his address, Mallam Danladi Salihu, the speaker of the state House of Assembly explained that the forum was to showcase the plans for more developmental projects for the area.

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Salihu stressed the need for people of the region to stay focused on projects that would develop the area rather than 

making uncoordinated requests from those in government, particularly those not in the interest of the area.

Salihu said that “Governor AbdulRahman 

AbdulRazaq led administration was sincere as could be observed from government projects in the region since his inauguration”

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He explained that some of these projects were from healthcare, agriculture, infrastructure, to general wellbeing of the people.

He, listed ongoing projects in the region to include electrification projects from Ogboro to Ilesha, Gwanara, Ningurume, Gbobo, road constructions, water reticulation as well as provision of boreholes in areas where water posed challenges in times past.

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 He, further said that Ilesha campus of the state University would receive attention in the budget while contractors would return to site to complete the project.

The speaker also challenged leaders in the region to present developmental template to the government and not political positions ahead of 2023 general elections.

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