KWARA STATE ; BVN to End Salary Delay – Gov Ahmed Abdulfatah


Recently, the governor of Kwara State, Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed assured kwarans that the newly introduced Bank Verification Numbers (BVN) by the Central Bank of Nigeria  will facilitate timely access to salaries. This he disclosed at in the state’s capital during a meeting with stakeholders of the All Progressive Congress (APC). He used the opportunity to enlighten those present that delay in teachers salaries will soon be a thing of the past ,courtesy of the new development.

According to the governor, the approval by the Debt Management Office(DMO) of the N20 billion Bond to be secured by the State, the rate of the development of infrastructure in the state would be faster. Some of the projects tied to the bond, the governor said, include the expansion of some major roads in the State capital, construction of two new campuses of Kwara State University in Ilesha-Baruba and Osi in Baruten and Ekiti local government areas respectively. “With increased internally generated revenue, youth empowerment and employment programme of this administration would also improve tremendously”, he promised. Governor Ahmed called for greater unity among the people of the State, stressing that ” our strength is in our unity as it creates better understanding and development ; indications that things will get better “.
On local government elections, Dr Ahmed, charged APC local and ward chairmen and stakeholders in the state to be fully prepared in their respective council areas through inclusive approach in the emergence of candidates for elections in all the 16 local government areas of the state. He advised that the principle of zoning formula, loyalty, credibility must put into consideration before councillorship and chairmanship candidates could emerge.


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