Infrastructure

We are fixing infrastructure to attract investors to the State- AbdulRahaman AbdulRazaq

The Governor of Kwara State,AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq said his administration is committing huge resources into fixing basic education,healthcare,roads and water infrastructure to attract massive investments to all parts of the state.

The Senior Special Assistant on Community Interventions who represented the Governor at the Igbomina West Social Political and Economic Summit in Agbeola Oro,Irepodun Local Government Area of the state made this known at the event.

He urged the people of the state to support the administration’s efforts and added that meaningful Investments cannot happen without necessary infrastructure,security of lives and properties,which is a deliberate effort to foster unity,understanding,and business friendly policies.

AbdulRahman stated that His administration is taking every Local Government Area in Kwara State into consideration in its distribution of Government’s programmes and projects without leaving out communities in Igbomina Local Government of the state.

The Governor made mention of the reconstruction of the road leading to the National Museum Esie so as to make the ancient monument accessible to tourists and attract supporting investments such as malls, hotels and big restaurants,in other to stimulate economic activities.

He further added that work is currently ongoing in more than 43 schools across the state which included the iconic Oro Grammar School in Oro,Schools in Omu Aran,Omi Aro, Esie Iludun,Ajase Ipo,Onila and Agidingbi all benefiting from various interventions.Also,over N7bn paid in counterpart funds,assuring that a lot more will still be done under the UBEC school interventions which will commence soon.

AbdulRahman applauded the organisers of the summit for taking a bold step to bring people together to look at various issues of development in the area and promised that work will soon start off on the Iludun-Oro Water Works to ensure that the people have access to safe drinking water.

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