Kwara on mission to reclaim the glory of education, says AbdulRazaq

Hammed Shittu in Ilorin

Kwara State Governor Alhaji AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq said yesterday his administration was on a mission to reclaim the state’s glory, especially in the education sector where the government has been hailed for its supportive policies on merit in the recruitment of teachers and its heavy investments in school infrastructure. .

Apparently, in a response to Senator Bukola Saraki’s interview on ARISE TV, where he claimed that the people of the state made the mistake of voting them against power, AbdulRazaq said the state would not return. to a “horrible era at all is allowed” when teaching slot machines. were distributed to Saraki loyalists at ruling party neighborhood meetings.

Represented by the Secretary of the State Government (SSG), Professor Mamman Saba Jubril, the Governor spoke at the flag-giving ceremony for the training of newly recruited teachers at the Educational Services Commission ( TESCOM).

He said: “What we encountered in 2019 was a legacy of ‘anything goes’, including in the education sector. shared at ruling party meetings.I found it amusing that the figures who replaced the golden heritage of our ancestors with “anything goes” in their attempt to present the state in their own egocentric image had the courage to say that Kwarans made a mistake in eliminating them in 2019. Under them, Kwara lost his glory. The basic education system collapsed under their watch “.

AbdulRazaq added: “I am proud to say that the very bright teachers who were recently hired and who are now receiving institutional training are a legacy of our administration. We have succeeded in redefining the way things should be done in the education sector. We have raised the bar on how to engage those who hold the key to our children’s future. It is our heritage for history to judge.

“I congratulate the management of TESCOM for this training. I urge new teachers to make us proud.

“We want to see our efforts materialize in the quality of teaching, care and commitment. We will do our part in the field of welfare, especially promotion and related benefits.

“I am aware of the glitches in the package payment for those we recently promoted from 2017. This is being rectified. We are sorry for that. I urge them to be patient.

AbdulRazaq added that the state of Kwara in 2019 was far from the great legacy of the founding fathers, adding that the administration was doing everything to bring Kwara back to its glory and its place among the Nigerian states.

“The history of ancient northern Nigeria will not be complete without deserving mentions of great figures of Kwara origin. They were among the best in bureaucracy and other fields.

“This is the heritage of our ancestors. I am the son of one of these eminent people. So I am aware that I am leaving a legacy that history will remember for good ”.

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