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Democracy Day: Kwara APC counts Tinubu, AbdulRazaq’s gains

Kwara state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has appraised the impacts of the administration of Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq in the last five years as well as the first one year  administration of President Ahmed Tinubu. 

The state chairman of APC Prince, Sunday Fagbemi, said at the media engagement on the 5th anniversary of the AbdulRazaq-led APC administration in the state.

“We are proud to say the new mandate given to our party across the lines is being justified, as it is evident in the avalanche of superlative programmes and projects dotting every corner of Kwara today”.

“We are delighted that his dream for urban renewal and economic expansion are now being seen in the Tanke and Unity Flyovers, Wahab Folawiyo road, Ahmadu Bello way, Ilorin Innovation Hub, Garment Factory, Shea butter factory, industrial park, agro processing and other agricultural programmes to support food security, International Conference Centre, Visual Arts Centre, Sugar Film Factory, transformative education projects and programmes, numerous completed and ongoing urban and rural road projects spanning thousands of kilometers across the state, among others as our deserved reality.”

Fagbemi noted that history would remember AbdulRazaq as a transformational leader who rose above personal and partisan interests to take bold decisions and pushed through progressive agenda for the growth and development of the state.

“In decades to come, Kwarans will remember governor AbdulRazaq as a leader who restored the glory of tūhe past, gave workers their due at the right time, catered for the weak and vulnerable segments of the society, empowered women and the youths, worked to keep the gains of today and prepared for the future,” he said.

The APC chairman also thanked President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for continued support and collaboration with the Kwara state government to ensure that the administration delivered on its promises of improved quality of life, inclusive growth, and sustainable development to the people. 

“Owing to the efforts of our working governor, Kwara has also recorded massive infrastructural gains from the APC-led federal government. The state has since got approval for the construction of four major roads under the Infrastructure Tax Credit Scheme.

“The roads include Kosubosu–Kaiama–Bode Saadu (128km); Bacita-Shonga-Lafiagi (74.3km); Eiyenkorin–Afon–Offa–Odo Otin (42.5km); and Okuta–Bokuro (37km). Similarly, Kishi Kaiama Tese Road has recently been approved for construction by the Federal Executive Council,” according to the party chairman.