Browsing: Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq

Adewara said even the blind can see the huge impacts the administration has had on the education sector within the short period of its reign but urged it to consider the workers’ request on contributory pension, outstanding promotion issues at the Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM), and consequential adjustment.

In a personal Eid message to the people of the state, the Governor said the feast of sacrifice is a reminder to the rewards that await those who are patient and submit to God’s will and maintain excellent relations with fellow human beings, irrespective of their differences.

The committee is chaired by iconic former Governor Cornelius Adebayo, and peopled by statesmen, jurist, historians, academics and bureaucrats: retired Justice Saidu Salihu; Alhaji LAK Jimoh; Chief Titus Ashaolu; Senator Simeon Ajibola; Alhaji Abubakar Ndakene; Senator Mohammed Ahmed; Permanent Secretary (Political, Cabinet and Special Services) Barrister Sabitiyu Kikelomo Grillo; and Prof. Hassan Saliu (Secretary).

The winners got between N250,000 and N3m to start or strengthen their businesses after some rigorous, private sector-led screening processes that began with at least 7,202 applicants. Amounts awarded depended on the scale and viability of their business proposals, according to the Kwara State Social Investment Programme office, which coordinated the initiative alongside Fidelity Bank.

Speaking at the inauguration of a multimillion naira information communication technology (ICT) centre and a central administrative block donated to the Ansaru-ud-Deen College Ijagbo by Prince Lateef Fagbemi (SAN), AbdulRazaq said the administration seeks sustainable partnership with private sector, philanthropists and corporations to fund school infrastructure, manpower development and build a brighter future for the Kwara child.

Dr. Sawyerr, who holds a Bachelor of Arts Economics and Masters of Economics, both from Clark Atlanta University, and a doctoral degree in curriculum, instruction and assessments from Walden University, has worked at various places as a teacher, tax analyst, statistician, and policy analyst — all in the United States of America. She was also a Deputy Manager at the Equity Bank of Nigeria. She is currently an educator in the Georgia State School system.

“Your re-appointment is a further call to duty in serving the people of the state. You should continue to keep to the oath of office. I congratulate you and wish you all the best”, AbdulRazaq said at the brief swearing-in ceremony held at the Presidential Lodge in Ilorin.

Speaking at the official launching of the 2021 edition of the Queen’s Commonwealth Competition organised by the Royal Commonwealth Society of Nigeria (RCS) held in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, the Governor said those values unite various peoples across continents and have continued to foster peace and economic cooperation.