KWSG has zero tolerance for kidnapping -Towoju


The Kwara State Commissioner for Communications, Hon. Olabode George Towoju, has stated that the administration of Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq frowns at the act of kidnapping and warned sternly that the law will not spare anyone caught in the nefarious act. 

He made this known during an interactive Radio Programme today in Ilorin. 

Towoju said that Kwara State is known as a peaceful state while stating that the Governor has zero tolerance for kidnapping and hinted that the bushes in some parts of the state are now covered by the Joint Task Force in order to stem the ugly tide of kidnapping in the state. 

Towoju commiserated with the family of the victim of Saturday  rescue mission and prayed for quick recovery for those  receiving treatment in the hospital.

On the recent defections making rounds in different parties of the state, Towoju maintained that the constitution allows for defections, while advising that decampees should make sure that they "put Kwara first" and not "jump from one party to another for selfish reasons."

Towoju maintained that the All Progressives Congress (APC) party in the state remains united and the members are committed to bringing Kwara to the promised land. 

He reiterated the governor's commitment in carrying everybody along in reaping the dividends of democracy and he stated that all the decampees have hitherto benefitted immeasurably from the administration of Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq. 

The Commissioner also spoke about the  ongoing road constructions in the state, stressing  that they are done to  make life easier for Kwarans as the  roads will boost the economy of the state.  


Ayobami Ashaolu,
Press Secretary,
Ministry of Communications.

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