Lack of passion for security job, youth unemployment, bane of security challenges – Olawoyin

The Leader of the Kwara State House of Assembly, Hon. Abubakar
Olawoyin Magaji, has assisted 10, 2019 Nigeria Police Recruitment
candidates, from Kwara State with cash and other logistics to enable
them excel in the Police recruitment exercise in Lokoja,the Kogi State
The candidates include Abdul Raheem Mohammed from Ilorin South, Azeez
Isiaq Ishola, Ilorin East, Ajape Tajudeen, Ilorin East and Jamiu Ahmed
Abiodun, Ifelodun.
Those from Ilorin West are Garuba Kamaldeen, Yusuf AbdulMumeen,
Abdulwahab Abdul Fatai, Bello Taofiq Ayinde, Rihant Ajibike Mohammed
and Adam Kamaldeen Kehinde
Presenting the financial incentive and other logistics to the
beneficiaries, the House Leader, Hon Abubakar Olawoyin Mogaji, blamed
the current security challenges bedeviling the nation, to increasing
youth unemployment, lack of passion for security jobs by most
personnel and lack of intelligence gathering and enjoined new entrants
to demonstrate high sense of patriotism, discipline, contentment and
passion for security job opportunities.
The House Leader represented by Alh Abdul Mumeen Abubakar, while
enjoining the candidates to be worthy ambassadors of the state,
promised commitment towards addressing youth unemployment, adding that
he had visited private companies in his constituency, with a view to
ensuring that the affected industries, perform their corporate social
responsibilities, to check the increasing youth unemployment in the
Hon Mogaji disclosed that the All Progressives Congress (APC) led
government in the state, would focus more on making youths in the
state, gainfully employed and self sustaining, to further sustain the
slogan of the state as a State of Harmony.
Meanwhile, the Federal Government has been urged to expedite action on
the ongoing construction of Afon- Aboto- Oyo State Boundary road
project to fast track socio-economic transformation of the area.
A member representing Afon Constituency, in the Kwara State House of
Assembly,Hon. Aliyu Abdulwahab Opakunle made the appeal in Ilorin,
while speaking on the multi billionaire road project.
Hon. Opakunle who expressed confidence that the road project would
fast track socio-economic transformation of the people of the area
when completed, praised the Federal Government for embarking on the
construction of the road, pointing out that the Buhari led government
had demonstrated its commitment towards ensuring accelerated
development of all parts of the country.
The legislator explained that work has temporarily stop on the N3bn
road project and appealed to the federal Government to mobilize the
contractor handing the project back to site, to ensure its early
Hon. Opakunle, who is the chairman House Committee on Tertiary
Education, equally appealed to the State Government to include
Ajagusi-Foko-Igbonna Oyun Local Government and Afon-Igboroko roads
under its Rural Access and Agricultural Marketing Project, to
facilitated by the World Bank and French Development Project,to
enhance movement of agricultural products as well as check rural-
urban drift,in the state.
The legislator noted with delight that Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq
had within 100 days in office demonstrated his commitment towards
ensuring the well-being of the entire people of the state.
He disclosed that he would not relent in pressurising the state
government and his colleagues in the National Assembly to ensure the
construction of Afon Township roads and Ogbondoroko-Ila Oja-Sapati-
Foko- Aboto- Oyo state boundary road, pointing out that the roads were
strategic to accelerated socio- economic transformation of the people
of Asa Local Government in particular and the state at large.
The lawmaker then urged the people of the state, to continue to give
massive support to the APC led administration, stressing that
government could only succeed in its transformational agenda, through
the support of its people.

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