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Kwara committed to implementing Housing Scheme – Gov AbdulRazaq

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• Says state a reliable partner in FG’s infrastructural revolution

The Kwara State Government has once again expressed its commitment to implement various housing schemes for different categories of beneficiaries across the state.

This was disclosed by Governor Abdurahman Abdulrazaq during the commissioning of Federal Government’s Housing Projects under the National Housing Programme, (NHP) Phase 1, at Asa Dam Road, in Ilorin.

Governor Abdulrazaq, who was represented by the Honourable Commissioner for Housing and Urban Development, Arc. Aliyu Muhammad Saifuddeen, fnia commended President Muhammadu Buhari and the Honourable Minister of Works and Housing Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola “for considering Kwara State as one of the beneficiary states of the laudable projects, which has trickling down effects in the areas of job creation along the value chains of building construction and general economic benefits for the people of the state”.

He further assured that Kwara State under the administration of Abdulrazaq is ready to partner with the Federal Government in the delivery of critical infrastructure and human capital development.

He said the administration has already done a lot in the areas of roads, education, water and power, adding: “We have also invested heavily in human capital development through various Social Investment Programmes, such as the Kwarapreneur, Owo Arugbo and Owo Isowo for businesses etc in which women and youths are the greatest beneficiaries.”

He therefore called on the potential subscribers of the newly constructed houses of the federal government programme to put them into good use to encourage and attract more Federal Housing Projects in the state for the benefit of others who may be interested in the nearest future.

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