Federation of Kwara North Student inaugurates new executives

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Early today, the Federation of Kwara North Student (NHQ) hold an inauguration ceremony to swear in the newly elected members to take charge of the affairs of the union for the next 365days.

This event took place early hour today at the conference hall of the Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin.

The event was graced by some prominent personalities among are the Honorable Commissioner of Energy for Kwara State, Engineer Kura Sabi accompanies by his PA; the Representative of Honorable Commissioner of Local Government, Chieftaincy affairs and Community Development, Alh. Salihu Muhammad and the pioneer President of Federation of Kwara North Student (NHQ), Comrade Asafa and others.

“The Federation of Kwara North Student (NHQ) consist of all indigenous students of Kwara North that are schooling in both home and diaspora. Indeed, this event is first of his kind in the history of Federation of Kwara North Student (NHQ).

Comrade Jegede Abdul Azeez, CTC Chairman said, we have selected different members across the five Local Government of the Kwara North (Moro, Patigi, Kiama, Baruten, Edu) that are vibrant, capable, dedicated and also ready to work towards the success of the Union”.

He further said, “A state without law is a state of anarchy, this leads to the establishment of our constitution which the hard copy will be available very soon”.

The pioneer chairman, comrade Abdulwasiu Asafa, in his speech welcomed the prominent personalities on the seat and advice the incoming executive to see their diversity as a means to establish unity and harmony to Union.

“Comradeship is not about stomach infrastructure but the ability to serve the interest of the students, and let’s not forget that Asuu strike is more than thunder, kidnapping has become rampant and also students are being raped in our various varsities, I am not trying to sabotage the efforts of our government but imploring them to prioritize the welfarism of the student”, he said.

The swearing-in oath was led by a barrister and he advice the newly elected executives to be faithful and bear true alliance to the union.

He also advice them not to allow there personal interest to influence the discharge of there duty.

The newly elected president, comrade Yahyah Muhammad in his speech promised to delivered his service judiciously and move the union to a greater height.

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