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Kwara First Lady Visit Asa-Dam, Reiterates Governor’s Commitment To People’s Welfare

 

The First Lady of Kwara State and Founder, Ajike People Support Centre, Her Excellency, Ambassador, (Dr.) Mrs. Olufolake Abdulrazaq has visited Asa-Dam, Ilorin, one of the water dams in the State.

Mrs. Abdulrazaq during her visit to the dam was conducted around the facility by the General Manager, Kwara State Water Cooperation, Engineer Shehu Umar along side with other staff of the cooprration.

 

The First Lady embarked on a routine visit to check on the state of affairs of the Asa-Dam facility and how it can been improve as the last time of her visit before 2019 elections that ushered in the administration to power.

Ambassador Abdulrazaq while reiterating Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq’s adherence to the (SDG-6) Goals that people have access to drinkable water also commended the General Manager and other staff of the Asa-Dam for the good work they’re doing at the facility to ensure every household in the state have access to potable water.

It is also on record that the Kwara State Government through the Ministry of Water Resources has dug about 500 boreholes and the administration has also fixed nine waterworks across the state and is constructing new ones across the three Senatorial Districts of the State.

Earlier in his speech, the GM of the Cooperation, Mallam Shehu Umar during the facility tour, assured the First Lady that Asa-Dam is working efficiently and optimally with the capacity to supply water to the entire Ilorin metropolis adequately.

He said there there constant supply of water to the people of Ilorin since the beginning of this administration, stressing that this is not possible without the administrative support of Governor of Kwara State, Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq.

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Written by Issa Saliu

I am a journalist based in Ilorin

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