KWSG Committed To Social Infrastructure Development- Towoju

Kwara State Commissioner for Communications, Olabode George Towoju, says the present administration in the state is committed to comprehensive rehabilitation of decayed infrastructure across the state. 

The strategic rehabilitations of the infrastructure, according to Towoju, are particularly noticeable in the comprehensive rehabilitation of Water Works, schools and roads.

"Since its inauguration in 2019, the administration of His Excellency, Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRasaq, has shown great commitment to provision and rehabilitation of social services like road, water and qualitative education across the state," he said.
The Commissioner, who made the assertion on a radio programme in Ilorin, noted that the move was part of the strategic plans of the AbdulRahman AbdulRasaq's administration to make life easier and more comfortable for the people of the state.

He urged the residents of the state
 to feel free in letting the government know their challenges regarding water supply, and others too, for wimmediate intervention.

On the state-owned media houses, Towoju reiterated that the state now has the broadcast licence for Kakakin FM and Nootia FM and that soon, Kwara Television will get back on its feet as  plans are on ground to make it go live on Satellite TV. 
He promised  a better coverage for the State Newspaper, "The Herald" and that the government of the day is looking at the possibility of producing it daily, stating that soon, it will go national.

Ayobami Ashaolu,
Press Secretary,
Ministry of Communications.


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