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GOVERNOR ABDULRAZAK RESTATES COMMITMENT TO PEOPLE’S WELFARE                                                          18-02-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                     Kwara State government says it will continue to prioritise public welfare cash award to workers and other palliatives to support different segments of people in the state.

Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazq stated this during a meeting to review contracts affected by the current Inflation in the state.

He said the state government
acknowledged the impact of inflation on the living standard of the people and provision of public services.

According to him the administration has consistently supported and will continue to support the people as inflation erodes purchasing power across the world.

AbdulRazq explained that the state government now commits nearly one billion naira extra every month to pay cash award to different categories of workers and pensioners across the state.

He noted that the state government again has commenced fresh distribution of rice worth N2billion naira to the people through different clerics (Muslims and Christians), community based groups, and other stakeholders across the state .

The governor also said different agricultural initiatives are at work to achieve sustainable food security.

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