Governor AbdulRazaq Commends Emirate Stakeholders on Ilorin School Project
Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State has commended members of Ilorin Emirate Stakeholders Forum for initiating school project as community development effort.
AbdulRazaq made the commendation while commissioning new standard classrooms and toilets donated by the Ilorin based socio-cultural group, for people of Deseni, Alaparo and Oteleko Communities in Moro Local Government Council of the state.
While promising to revamp the infrastructure decay in some public schools in the state, the governor assured the community of provision of water borehole and other amenities to compliment the structures being put in place by the forum.
Abdulrazak said that his administration is committed to ensuring better and conducive environments for learning in all public schools in the state.
Speaking on the school project on behalf of the forum, Dr Abubakar Aliagan said the idea of building the edifice was conceived in 2017 when one of its members saw the terrible dilapidation of the only primary school in the community.
Dr Aliagan said considering the health hazards and security implication to the life of the pupils and students, the Ilorin Emirate Stakeholders decided to construct a befitting edifice within the premises of the school.
He said: “There were only two decayed rooms being used for pupils of primary one to six and headmaster’s office respectively until the group took it upon itself to build a more befitting spacious ones hence the structure in place today.
Aliagan urged the beneficiary community to make judicious use of the structure, as many other social amenities would soon visit the place.
Responding to the gesture, the Leader of Alaparo Community, Magaji Aliu Ajadi commended the forum for the structure and appreciated the presence of the governor at the commissioning of the project.
Ajadi also used the opportunity of the occasion to call for provision of social amenities in the community including electricity, road network, potable water supply among others.
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