KWSG presents Appointment Letter to New Emir of Lafiagi,


    Kwara State Government has presented appointment letter to the new Emir of Lafiagi, in Edu Local Government Area of the State, His Royal Highness, Alhaji Kawu Muhammed Kudu.

    This was disclosed In a Press Statement issued by the Press Secretary in the state Ministry of Chieftaincy Affairs and Community Development, Oba Azeez said the Honourable Commissioner Hon Arc. Aliyu Muhammad Saifuddeen, has officially presented appointment letter to the new Emir on behalf of His Excellency, The Executive Governor of Kwara State, Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq and congratulated the New Monarch on his well deserved appointment.

    Said Governor AbdulRazaq reminded the Monarch that the Presentation of Letter of Appointment has uniquely positioned new Monarch to build bridge of harmony, understanding, tolerance and peaceful co-existence among His People.

    He, however prayed that His reign will usher in peace, progress and development in His domain in particular and the State at large.

    In his acceptance speech, the newly appointed Monarch thanked Almighty Allah (swt) for making the day’s occasion a reality and assured that he would be fair and carry everybody along in the discharge of his responsibilities.

    He thanked the Executive Governor for his neutrality at ensuring that the choice of the People from the Community prevails in the choice of their Royal Father.

    The Monarch assured the State Government that he would encourage the peaceful coexistence which the Community had been known for and as well participate in the laudable Policies and Programmes in ensuring good welfare of his people and the State at large.

    The brief event was attended by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Alhaji AbdulRazaq Babatunde Alabere,Directors from the Ministry and other distinguished well wishers.

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