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AbdulRazaq’s Aide To Support 250 Households During Christmas Celebration


Senior special assistant to Kwara State Governor on community intervention, Kayode Oyin-Zubair will during christmas and new year celebrations provide support for 250 households across the State.

In a statement issued in Ilorin on Tuesday by his logistics support officer, Olawale Gbadeyan said, this gesture is meant for widows cutting across the 16 local government areas of the State.

“This gesture is for 10 widows in each local government area of the State to make a total of 160 households and another special 90 households that must wear smiles in this season.

“Oyin-Zubair is doing this to support his principal who has been working round the clock to put smiles on faces of Kwarans in his deliberate efforts to banish hunger from here. We have nothing to offer than to continue to support our people who are the pillars of our existence as a society.

“Governor AbdulRazaq has shown to us that, the fastest way to banish hunger is for all of us to offer different interventions that are aimed at restoring hope, prosperity and dignity to our people.”

The gesture will be coming as 5 kilograms of rice for each household whose selection will be done and supervised by community development associations in all local government areas of Kwara State.

We are wishing everyone a successful and hitch free celebration. This is to remind all, that there is the need to celebrate modestly and observe all safety protocols to contain the spread Covid-19.

Olawale Gbadeyan
Logistics Support Officer,
Office of the SSA Community Intervention to Kwara State Governor 

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