1st Anniversary: My comfort not a priority, says Kwara Gov

• AbdulRazaq says not in govt to share money 

• Kwara may slash 2020 budget by 40bn

Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq on Friday said the administration is not in a rush to purchase official vehicles or make the Government House overtly cozy when the state is littered with unbefitting infrastructure that has kept it down the ladder of socioeconomic development over the years. Continue reading “1st Anniversary: My comfort not a priority, says Kwara Gov”

Gov. Makinde flag-off Iwo-road Bus Interchange

Oyo State Governor, Engr Seyi Makinde (left); his deputy, Engr Rauf Olaniyan (right); Commissioner for Finance, Mr Akinola Ojo (second left) and Mr Akintewe Akinlolu during the Commissioning of rehabilitated Eleyele Dam complex, Ibadan. PHOTO: Oyo State Government.

Oyo State Governor, Engr Seyi Makinde (second left) his deputy, Engr Rauf Olaniyan (left); Speaker Oyo State House of Assembly, Hon Debo Ogundoyin (middle); Secretary to the State Government, Mrs Olubamiwo Adeosun (second right) and Head of Service, Alhaja Ololade Agboola during the flag off of Iwo-Road Bus Interchange, Ibadan. PHOTO: Oyo State Government.

Oyo State Governor, Engr Seyi Makinde (third right); his deputy, Engr Rauf Olaniyan (right); Speaker Oyo State House of Assembly, Hon Debo Ogundoyin and others during the flag-Off of Iwo-Road Bus Interchange, Ibadan. PHOTO: Oyo State Government.

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365 Days in Office: The beauty of Sanwo-Olu’s leadership style and challenges of COVID-19

IBRAHIM QUADRI            

Having taken the mantle of leadership on May 29, 1999, Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu would have spent 365 days in office by May 29, 2020. Taking a critical look of this one-year in office, Sanwo-Olu has demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities within the spate of time. Continue reading “365 Days in Office: The beauty of Sanwo-Olu’s leadership style and challenges of COVID-19”

Former Governorship aspirant blasts religious leaders over poor participatory democracy

GEORGE KINGSLEY PAPAMIE, Port Harcourt

A former governorship aspirant in Rivers State, Deacon Akuro Parker, is not particularly happy with religious leaders comprising Christian and Muslim leaders over their inability to fully participate in the leadership of Nigeria as a country. Continue reading “Former Governorship aspirant blasts religious leaders over poor participatory democracy”