Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State on Monday visited Igbaja and Ora towns in the state’s southern senatorial district, where he inspected some projects initiated by his administration.
The governor, during the visit, assured members of the communities of his government’s commitment to improving their quality of life through sustained security measures.
“We are here to touch base with our communities and our people and to inspect some of our ongoing projects, especially roads.
“I have approved immediate completion of the Ora township road in the Ifelodun Local Government Area (LGA).
“We have seen some of our education projects, and we will continue to upscale as we move ahead,” he said.
Alhaji Ibrahim Alao, the Eesa of Ora who stood in for the Olora, Oba Adebayo Akolade, thanked the governor for always looking out for the people.”
We also thank you for extending development programmes to every part of the state.”
The governor visited Ora after he had earlier visited Igbaja, where he held a brief meeting with the Elese of Igbaja, Oba Ahmed Babalola, the Arepo III.
The traditional ruler told the governor that the community would continue to appreciate him for always standing by the people, including communities in the hinterland.
“I pray that God will reward your kindness to the poor. We always appreciate your visits and support.
“Igbaja people truly commend your efforts in this community and beyond,” the first class monarch said.(NAN)