The Kwara state governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has been commended for his giant strides in the area of infrastructural development by the Controller-General of Federal Fire Service, Dr Liman Ibrahim.
The commendation came when the CG, Dr Liman Ibrahim in company of top officials of the Kwara state ministry of Works and Transportation led by the Permanent Secretary Dr Yusuf Garba paid the governor a courtesy visit at the state house.
Dr Liman lauded the governor on his recovery plans saying it is evident in his approach to governance that he has the best interest of the people of Kwara state at heart. He expressed delight over Gov AbdulRazaq’s administration renovation of the Kwara state Fire Service office along Unity road which was in a state never to behold but yet abandoned by the last administration despite the important role men of the service play in securing live and properties in the state over the years.
The team which comprises of the Director Civil Engineer Kwara state Ministry of Works and Transport, Engr. Biliaminu Folorunsho; DG Azogu; Permanent Secretary, Kwara State Ministry of Works and Transport, Dr. Yusuf Garba Manjo; Controller-General of Federal Fire Service, Dr I.A Liman; Controller V.O. Gbaruko and Director Fire service Kwara State, Waheed Yakubu took turn to acknowledge the governor’s vision and visible workable plans emphasizing that Governor Abdulrazaq has done incredibly well within his short time in office. They also thanked the governor for allocating land for the establishment of the proposed Federal Fire Training School and regional office for the north central to be sighted in Ilorin, the state capital a decision they will forever appreciate.
While appreciating them, AbdulRazaq promised not to relent on his drive to see that Kwara state progresses and keeps moving higher. He continued that his adminstration will fine-tune modalities that will further motivate men of the Kwara state Fire Services as the safety of lives and properties of everyone within the state remains his government topmost priority.