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Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by Softcash(m): 6:43pm On Jun 09
Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq, governor of Kwara state, says his administration is committed to fulfilling its campaign promises.

He said this during a meeting with top officials of the Kwara State Road Maintenance Agency (KWARTMA), in Ilorin, the state capital, on Sunday.

The governor listed road construction and social infrastructure among his targets.

Abdulrazaq expressed concern over the poor state of roads, saying the contractors employed by the previous administration will not be sacked but told to quickly complete ongoing projects.

“I have resolved to work for the people, especially in road construction and other social infrastructure,” he said.

“The state works ministry will compile the list of roads that are in bad shape so that the government can work out funding options for their rehabilitation.

“The state of our roads (in Kwara) is disappointing. This is particularly true of Kwara north. There is no road, for instance, to Gwanara especially now that it is raining and yet the contractor handling it is collecting money.

“That was why the previous administration was stoned (in Gwanara), we don’t want to be stoned.

“Kwara people have woken up and if I don’t fix the roads, they will protest, so we will sit down with the contractors, we are not sacking them, we want to be proactive so they can do their jobs.”

https://www.thecable.ng/kwara-gov-we-must-fulfill-our-promises-we-dont-want-to-be-stoned/amp

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Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by RDPMAN: 6:48pm On Jun 09
We hope so!

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Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by Belial06: 6:48pm On Jun 09
angry
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by Nairalandmentor(m): 6:49pm On Jun 09
You better do.
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by slimbreezy(m): 6:49pm On Jun 09
nice one
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by Gten(m): 6:49pm On Jun 09
Best of luck.
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by adetes: 6:49pm On Jun 09
Better fulfill ur promises
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by goshen26: 6:49pm On Jun 09
K
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by davillian(m): 6:50pm On Jun 09
Like he would make himself available for stoning.

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Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by Ekakamba: 6:50pm On Jun 09
Stone with EFCC or dormant ICPC? grin tongue
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by Dredgemaster(m): 6:51pm On Jun 09
Talk is cheap
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by emeijeh(m): 6:51pm On Jun 09
Same talk, same story.
Sweet talks, gbammmm 4 years already gone, no result to show.

Nigeria is cursed!

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Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by easyhacq(m): 6:51pm On Jun 09
Ride on and fix those terrible roads in the state
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by emmasege: 6:52pm On Jun 09
This one is talking under the influence of EUPHORIA, like SANWO-TINUBU of Lagos.

We'll see how long your "gragra" (enthusiasm) lasts. Your predecessors in Kwara and other states said more than this.

Mr Governor, talk less and act more.

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Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by SaturnNick(m): 6:52pm On Jun 09
Okay ooo
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by naijacentric(m): 6:52pm On Jun 09
Naso dem dey talk yahoo guvnor

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Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by Hotzone(m): 6:55pm On Jun 09
Chop n clean mouth jarey
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by hisexcellency34: 6:58pm On Jun 09
stone kee you there

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Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by Chukwurah003: 6:58pm On Jun 09
Don’t be stoned like Saraki
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by visijo(m): 7:01pm On Jun 09
Cheating does not mean you have to kiss, meet or have sex with a third party. Once you find yourself deleting texts and e-mails so
that your partner will not see them, you are already there
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by MetaPhysical: 7:03pm On Jun 09
Softcash:
Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq, governor of Kwara state, says his administration is committed to fulfilling its campaign promises.

He said this during a meeting with top officials of the Kwara State Road Maintenance Agency (KWARTMA), in Ilorin, the state capital, on Sunday.

The governor listed road construction and social infrastructure among his targets.

Abdulrazaq expressed concern over the poor state of roads, saying the contractors employed by the previous administration will not be sacked but told to quickly complete ongoing projects.

“I have resolved to work for the people, especially in road construction and other social infrastructure,” he said.

“The state works ministry will compile the list of roads that are in bad shape so that the government can work out funding options for their rehabilitation.

“The state of our roads (in Kwara) is disappointing. This is particularly true of Kwara north. There is no road, for instance, to Gwanara especially now that it is raining and yet the contractor handling it is collecting money.

“That was why the previous administration was stoned (in Gwanara), we don’t want to be stoned.

“Kwara people have woken up and if I don’t fix the roads, they will protest, so we will sit down with the contractors, we are not sacking them, we want to be proactive so they can do their jobs.”

https://www.thecable.ng/kwara-gov-we-must-fulfill-our-promises-we-dont-want-to-be-stoned/amp

I said it before and I will repeat it now. Watch out, KWARA is abut to trend!

I love what Governor AbdulRazak is doing.

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Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by ayteaz(f): 7:04pm On Jun 09
fulfil your promises by paying the newly employed staff
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by Chukwurah003: 7:05pm On Jun 09
emmasege:
This one is talking under the influence of EUPHORIA, like SANWO-TINUBU of Lagos.

We'll see how long your "gragra" (enthusiasm) lasts. Your predecessors in Kwara and other states said more than this.

Mr Governor, talk less and act more.

You don’t know Kwara. Mind your business

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Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by kaybills(m): 7:08pm On Jun 09
Na una know jare...
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by Oszy: 7:09pm On Jun 09
Lies.
Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by alimohammedibn(m): 7:15pm On Jun 09
grin
Dredgemaster:
Talk is cheap
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Dredgemaster:
Talk is cheap
alimohammedibn:
grin grin
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Dredgemaster:
Talk is cheap
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Dredgemaster:
Talk is cheap

Re: Kwara Gov: We Must Fulfill Our Promises We Don't Want To Be Stoned by adekolaelect(m): 7:39pm On Jun 09
emmasege:
This one is talking under the influence of EUPHORIA, like SANWO-TINUBU of Lagos.

We'll see how long your "gragra" (enthusiasm) lasts. Your predecessors in Kwara and other states said more than this.

Mr Governor, talk less and act more.
but he is better than one governor from other side who doesn't think and know what to do when he becomes a governor than blackmailing ,posting fake pictures of government house and later came out to tell people that he needs billions of naira to renovate government house as if it was not a governor that left that government house. Tell me the different between who is planing how to renovate government house and who is planing how to construct ROADS ?

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