‘Everything Is Messed Up Here’ – Kwara State Governor Abdulrazaq

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Governor Abdulrahman Abdulraqak

Governor Abdulrahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara state has lamented that the last administration messed everything up in the state.

According to the governor, there is massive rot in all sectors of the state, saying the decadence will take years to fix. He, however, assured everyone that his administration will expend N11.2 billion in revamping the infrastructure in the state’s schools.

Abdulrazaq made this known during the commissioning of new ultra-modern library complex in Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete, Moro local government area of the state.

“We are faced with criminal breakdown of basic infrastructure across every sector in the state, especially in the education and health sectors. Just last week, we had to pay N250 million to offset two months’ salaries the state government owed workers across the state colleges of education. We also paid an additional N50 million to secure re-accreditation for two of the colleges.

“We still have a backlog of arrears to pay these teachers. We have promised to steadily offset these backlogs with an appeal to the workers to return to work after many months of industrial action to protest the neglect of the schools by people elected to serve the public. The decay in the infrastructure across our primary and secondary schools is better imagined. The more any patriot sees such a thing the sadder he becomes because it points at a bleak future unless something urgent is done.

“It was so bad that funds meant for upgrades of facilities at the primary schools were diverted with serious consequences for the state.  “Our government is determined to raise a generation of children who are able to cope with the education needs of the 21st century.”

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