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Published On: Mon, Oct 20th, 2014

2015: Kwara North traditional rulers endorse Gov Ahmed

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Gov Abdulfatah AhmedFrom Olanrewaju Lawal, Ilorin

Traditional rulers from Kwara North Senatorial zone have endorsed the State Governor, Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed for second term.

The traditional rulers said their action was due to his various people oriented developmental programnes, especially in their zone and pledge to continue their support for government in nurturing the state through growth and development.

The traditional rulers, led by Etsu Patigi and vice Chairman of Kwara State traditional council, Alhaji Ibrahim Chatta Umar, gave this endorsement when they paid a congratulatory visit to Governor Ahmed at the government house in Ilorin on his recent awards, both at home and in far away France.

While speaking on behalf of other traditional rulers from the zone, Alhaji Chatta Umar commended Governor Ahmed for his numerous achievements in the areas of health, education and youth empowerment.

Umar also appreciated the governor for appointing appreciable number of people from the Senatorial district into his government.

The traditional rulers prayed God to grant the governor electoral success in the 2015 elections so that he could deepen the delivery of democratic dividends in the state.

In his reaction, the Governor attributed the success of his administration to the support given it by traditional rulers in the state, promised to strengthen existing relationship between the two institutions with a view to addressing issues relating to

youth, women and children.

Governor Ahmed assured the Kwara North traditional rulers that work would commence on the Kishi-Kaiama and Ilesha Baruba-Gwanara roads to ease the transportation challenges confronting the people of the areas.

 

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