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Kwara begins construction of Aviation College

ILORIN- The Kwara State Government has approved the commencement of construction work for the International Aviation College, Ilorin, scheduled to take off in February 2010 just as it revoked two road contracts in the state.

Briefing newsmen on the outcome of the state Executive Council meeting at Government House, Commissioner for Information and Communications, Mr Ben Duntoye, said approval for the commencement of building at the Aviation College was to enable the first set of students to resume in February next year as planned by the state government.

The College, he explained, has been duly registered while arrangement was in top gear to procure other necessary facilities that would facilitate the early take off of the Aviation School next year.

Duntoye also announced the termination of contracts for Section one of the Chikanda-Kosubosu-Okuta-Ilesha-Baruba-Oyo State boundary road project and Idofian-Fufu-Lajiki road over the inability of the contractors to complete the two road projects on schedule.


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