A non political organisation, Kwara Central Grassroots Model Initiative movement chapter has inaugurated it’s executives to run the affairs of the forum for next four years in Ilorin the Kwara State Capital on Sunday.
Alhaji Kawata delivering his speech at the ceremony.
In his address at the ceremony, the representative of the state chapter of the forum, Alhaji Kawata Hassan said the group was purely non governmental and political organisation borne out for a new approaches to politics in Kwara State.
Former CPS to the former Kwara State Governor, Alhaji Mashood Adebimpe during his good will messages at the event.
He said the new ideals is to actualize the new agenda during the second quarter of the year 2019 with series of conferences involving the like minded people from various communities across the state to identify the way forward.
Alhaji Ali Olola exchanging pleasantry with the former Minister of Sports and Youth, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi during the programme.
He explained that deliberation resolved to adopt the grassroots concepts based on the premise to a sustainable equitable, prosperous economic development of the state.
Engr. Asanloko during his good will messages.
Hassan disclosed the the vision of the forum is to make Kwara State a shine example in the execution of good governance where full potentials of every one at the grassroots will be nurtured.
Hajia Ramatallahi Oba-Ajara delivering her key note address at the ceremony.
He added that the goals of the forum is to collaborate with individuals, corporate organisations and government at all levels to establish sustainable equitable distribution of empowerment programme to the most vulnerable beneficiaries at the grassroots levels across the state.
Dr. Gambari Ibrahim with other guests during the programme.
Dr commended various individuals and organisations that had donated to the empowerment programme of the forum such as scholarship, skill acquisition and cash to the needy people at the grassroots.
The forum’s PRO, Ordinary Abdulwasiu Ara-oyo during the programme.
pr however, appealed to public spirited individuals, corporate organisations, and government at all levels to partner with the forum to uplift the living standard of the most vulnerable in the societies.
Ustaz Abdulrazaq Aremo during his sermon at the event.
The Chairman of the occasion, the former Minister for Sports and Youth, Alhaji Bolaji Abdullahi in his short speech, urged them to work toward the progress and developnent of kwara state.
Right, the Chairman of Peoples Democratic party (PDP) in Ilorin West Local Government, Alhaji Aminullahi Baba Akota in hand shake with a former Councillor from Ubandawaki ward.
He promised to assist the forum on the programme that would benefit the poor people at the grassroots, assuring that his door is widely open for any organisation that ready to change the life of ordinary man on the streets for better.
Right, Hon. Olaseri Hanafi and Mallam Solihu Kehinde Gobir at the event.
Ho further said that is not necessary to be in government before you can help the lesspriviled people in the society, stressing that with dedication and determination people can change the world for better.
Cross session of invited guests at the ceremony.
Also speaking at programme, Hajia Ramatallahi Oba-Ajara charged women serve as counselor for their children at tender age to guide them into the right path in life.
Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi addressing the new executive members after the inauguration.
She advised the parents to bring their children close to them for positive advice, lamenting that most children became hoodlums due to lack of parental cares.
Cross session of invited guests at the event.
She said “Some of the chiid that turned to be hooligan to day are those who left to care for themselves by their parents”.
Cross session of women at the ceremony.
ceremon in his sermon at the event, Ustaz Abdulrazaq Aremo advised leaders in country to give youth political chance to lead, stressing that the slogan of youth are the leaders of tomorrow is just on their lips.
Another cross session of women at the event.
ev said that there is danger ahead for any political party that did not accommodate youth in its manifestos, warning all selfish politicians to give the youth chance to take over the mantle of leadership of the country.
The Chairman of the forum, Hon. Abdulkadir Ajadi (right) with the forum coordinator, Mallam Ajadi Apalando during the programme.
He urged them to always assist the lesspriviled ones in the society as those that are blessed are refusing to assist others will not receive God’s favour.
Alhaji Ali Olola addressing the gathering during the programme.
“Be kind to others in whatever position you might found yourself”, appealed.
Cross session of new executives during the inauguration.
The new executives are Hon. Abdulkadir Ajadi as Chairman, Mallam Ajadi Apalando Coordinator, Mallam Babatunde Ismail General Secretary, Alhaji Toyin Eleje Deputy Chairman, Hajia Adebimpe Wosilat Treasure, Mallam Abdulraheem Omagaji Auditor and Mallam Abdulwasiu Ara-oyo PRO.
The former Minister for Sports and Youth, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi presenting the forum documents to new Chairman, Hon. Abdulkadir Ajadi while Others executive members lending helping hands.
Others are Mallam Ibrahim Yakub youth Coordinator, Hajia Motunrayo Nurudeen Women Coordinator, Mallam Abdulrahman Kemisola Welfare Officer, Mallam Isiaka Sanni Fine Secretary, Mallam Ahmed Sadauna Organizing Secretary, Mallam Alwaya Adinan Asst. General Secretary and Hajia Adebayo Taibat Asst. Treasure.
Alhaji Kutigifu at the event.
Others also include Hajia Fatimoh Ibrahim PRO 2, Hajia Nuslimat Kadir PRO 3, Hajia Fatimoh Mamanu Assis. Women Coordinator, Mallam Bashir Aduagba Assis. Fine Secretary, Mallam Aliyu Oganija Assist. Organizing Secretary, Mr. Ojo Joseph Assist. Youth Coordinator, Hajia Serifat Musa Ex-officio, Mallam Isiaka Aare Ex-officio and Mallam Isiaka Abdulraheem Ex-officio.
Cross session of Organizers at the event.
eve event was well attended by like minds of women, youth, associations and corporate organisations from various political parties in the state.