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AbdulRazaq Takes Governance To ex-Gov Ahmed's Home Town


•We have never had it this good under our Son - Share Community


The Kwara State Government under the leadership of Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq in his relentless effort to ensure Kwara works for all, took governance to Share, the hometown of the immediate past governor of Kwara State, AbdulFatai Ahmed.

AbdulRazaq during the electioneering period promised to deliver portable water to the nooks and crannies of Kwara State and the reflection of it is the now revived Share Community Waterworks that has been moribund for many years despite the fact that the immediate past governor is from the community.

Among the many revived Waterworks that have been brought back to life since assuming office in May last year is the Share Waterworks, another testimony of democratic dividends and giving priority to governance to take its course without bitterness.

The Share Community has also benefited from the initiation of massive rural electrification project by the state government-- breaking the jinx of over a decade long darkness suffered by the people of Share. A vindictive government as the opposition have mischievously postulated wouldn't have given consideration to the rehabilitation works in the community.

Share Waterworks and the Police Intelligent College, Share are part of the areas that recently benefited from the massive rural electrification initiative of the AbdulRazaq led administration. These two public facilities were left in darkness even when the community had a son of the soil as the Chief Executive of the state for eight consecutive years.

The Community Elders who expressed their surprise to have benefited from what true governance means in less than one year echoed that they have never had it this good even under their Son ex-Governor Ahmed.

AbdulRazaq is redefining democratic governance as he has rekindled the hope of Kwarans and touched their lives through his masses oriented projects that is impacting on the citizenry.

The Governor believes governance is continuum, a reflection of his commitment to ensuring that maximum attention is given to providing critical infrastructure to all parts of the state.


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