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Kwara gov swears in new cabinet

Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq of Kwara State, has sworn in 10 new cabinet members with a charge to them to take criticisms in good faith.

He also charged them to do their best to work on areas of public concerns without losing focus in the process.

“As representatives of our people, we are to constantly engage with the citizens and various stakeholders,” governor AbdulRazaq told the new cabinet members at a brief ceremony in Ilorin on Tuesday at Government House.

“We are to tell our stories to avoid misrepresentations,” he added, asking them to be exemplary, prudent, creative and team players.

Secretary to the State Government, Professor Mamman Saba Jibril, urged the appointees to work very hard and prove their worth and make the state, the governor, and constituencies proud of them

He charged the new appointees to see their emergence as an opportunity to serve the people and justify the confidence reposed in them.

Those sworn in included Senior Ibrahim Suleiman (Ilorin West) Tertiary Education; Arinola Fatima Lawal, (Ilorin East) Enterprise; Aliyu Kora Sabi, (Baruten) Energy; Aliyu Mohammed Saifudeen, (Kaiama) Local Government & Chieftaincy Affairs; and Suleiman Rotimi Ilyasu, (Moro) Works & Transport).

Others were Mariam Ahmed Hassana, (Patigi) Special Duties; Raji Rasak (Ekiti) Health; Wahab Femi Agbaje, (Offa) Water Resources and Remilekun Oluwatobi Banigbe (Isin) Environment.

Also sworn in were Deborah Aremu (Irepodun) Women Affairs and Social Development and Malam Attairu Ibrahim (Patigi) as Special Adviser on Youths and Sports.

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