Everything has changed in Kwara - Towoju


The Kwara State Commissioner for Communications, Hon. Olabode George Towoju, has reiterated that Kwara State is experiencing newness and a "breath of fresh air" after being held at "one spot" previously. 

Towoju said this on a radio programme at the weekend while speaking about the achievements of Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq in three years. 

He reeled out the government's achievements in health, education, water, works, media and other sectors and submitted that new and unprecedented feats are being witnessed in Kwara State.

" If we start with the fact that this exceptional governor was able to successfully pay the minimum wage for the workers, we will all agree that this is a major bonus to this administration. 

" For many years, the workers had even lost hope of ever getting their dues but Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq knows the importance of keeping the workforce happy and contented. 

"That way, you will earn their loyalty and they will be motivated to contribute their quota towards the development of our dear state." 

On the state of education, Towoju submitted that the governor was  trying to ensure that pupils and students in public schools are not left behind in quality education. 

"This administration has invested so much in education and it is no longer news that part of the investment is evident in our students performing well and participating in the World Schools competition in Netherlands later this year," he added. 

Towoju submitted that the government has embarked on several road projects and he added that the health sector is also thriving. 


Ayobami Ashaolu,
Press Secretary,
Ministry of Communications.

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