• Vows to return to Kwarans what belongs to them
Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has reiterated the efforts of his government in recovering stolen public patrimonies, noting that the ball would not be dropped anytime soon.
This came on the heels of swearing in of members of both Judicial and Assembly Service Commissions today in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital.
This revelation was made in a press release signed by Rafiu Ajakaye, spokesperson to Governor AbdulRazaq.
It reads in part: “The efforts to recover public patrimonies that were unlawfully taken away remain on course, Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq said on Tuesday, reiterating that his administration would at all time prioritise people’s welfare.
“Our administration is pursuing a developmental agenda that is centred around the people. We are determined to give our people a new lease of life. This would be made easier in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility.”
“But peace is not sustainable without justice and fairness. For too long, our people have had their patrimony taken away in the most brazen and fraudulent circumstances. We have a historic duty to restore sanity and return to the people what belonged to them. That recovery process, while long drawn, has since begun in the most lawful manner.”