Monday saw the handover of 32 brand new patrol vans and 160 motorbikes to the state’s security services, courtesy of the Kwara State Government.
This aid is timely, as the government is increasing its partnerships in an effort to increase safety and better the lives of people who live in the countryside.
Kwara State Road Traffic Management Authority (KWARTMA) also received a boost to their capabilities thanks to a gift of three police vehicles from Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq.
He made these remarks at the presentation in Ilorin’s Government House: “Today is another day in our efforts to boost security across the state.
Each of the 16 municipalities will receive two cars and ten motorcycles.
When it comes to security, “the local council authorities are to work closely with all the stakeholders, including traditional rulers within their areas, and make sure that they have serious engagements with security agencies.”
Kwara State House of Assembly Speaker Hon. Yakubu Danladi-Salihu also spoke at the ceremony, and he praised the governor for the initiative, saying it will assist to enhance security across the state.
The work of the security networks in all 24 constituencies has been simplified thanks to what we observed here today. This will significantly boost security throughout all 16 of the country’s subnational jurisdictions.
Again, this demonstrates His Excellency’s sincere desire to improve the state. He’s done his part, and I urge the powers that be to make the most of it. He predicted that this would lead to progress throughout the state.
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