Kwara North group advocates for Ministerial appointment in quest for equity, development

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In a recent press conference held in Vanguard correspondents Office today by the Kwara North Youth Initiative Pioneer, a passionate appeal was made for the equitable distribution of ministerial appointments in the interest of fairness and development. The representatives of the initiative Comrade Na Allah Badamasi the President emphasized that Kwara North, despite being the largest senatorial district, has been lagging behind in terms of social and infrastructure development.


Highlighting the pressing issue of unemployment among the youth in the region, the speakers expressed gratitude to Governor Abdullahun AbdulRazaq for his efforts in bridging the gap between Kwara North and other senatorial districts. However, they stressed the need for the governor and other stakeholders to consider allocating at least one ministerial slot to Kwara North, in order to address the disparities in development.


The urgency of this call stems from the fact that both Kwara South and Kwara Central had produced ministers during the previous administration, while Kwara North was left without representation. The initiative members argued that it is now Kwara North’s turn to have a ministerial appointment, especially considering the substantial voter turnout from the region in the recent general elections.


The representatives expressed their unwavering loyalty to Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq and the ruling All Progressives Congress, highlighting the overwhelming support received from Kwara North, despite it being the least populated senatorial district. They firmly believed that granting a ministerial appointment to Kwara North would address the high unemployment rate and bridge the gap in social amenities and infrastructure development.


In addition to the plea for ministerial appointment, the Kwara North Youth Initiative Pioneer also appealed for commensurate appointments at both the state and federal levels, aiming to bolster the development efforts in the region. They implored Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, who is also the Chairman of the Nigeria Governors Forum, to understand their aspirations and support their cause.


The press conference concluded with gratitude for the attentive audience, leaving a message that the Kwara North Youth Initiative Pioneer stands united in their pursuit of equity, justice, and a brighter future for the people of Kwara North.

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