ILORIN— Kwara State governor Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed, weekend said he has fulfilled his electoral promises to the people of the state and urged them to continue to support his administration to enable him do more.

The governor, who spoke  during his monthly media -chat to celebrate his two year in office, said that despite all challenges Nigeria has done well in its democratic processes when compared with its other peers in African Sub-region.

“Nigeria has fared well and with God we will move higher and higher in the fulfilment of democratic dividends to the people “, he said

On the fulfilment of his administration’s electoral promises the governor explained that his administration has built over 200 class rooms across the state while the state government has reduced the school fees of Kwara State University (KWASU) to enable more people have access to quality education.

Governor Ahmed noted that the government has also repositioned all the state owned colleges, while the reconstruction of general hospital across the three senatorial districts in the state have reached about 90 per cent completion.

He said that on the employment generation the state government has provided employment for 3,000 youth jobs in the KWABES bridge programme, noting that the state government has done a lot in the economic and infrastructure development of the state.

Meanwhile, Governor Ahmed has canvassed a complete review of the university education curricula to make graduates job creators rather than job seekers.

Governor Ahmed made the call, weekend, in his address during the maiden convocation of the Kwara State University (KWASU),


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