Another Crisis Looms At Kwara Water Corporation

By Our Correspondent


Again, another crisis looms in the Kwara state Water Corporation as forty-three workers of the agency, have been listed for deployment and transfer to other parastatals and agencies of the state government.

National Pilot newspaper reports that the list of the 43 staff, was allegedly prepared by the sacked former acting General Manager of the corporation, Shehu Umar and his loyalists.

Shehu, was removed by the state government shortly after an industrial strike by the workers union of the corporation.

According to an insider in the corporation, the list was forwarded to the new Commissioner for Water Resources, who reluctantly also passed it to the authorities for necessary action.

Findings indicated that the former acting general manager compiled the list of his identified foes suspected to have been those who contributed to his inglorious exit from the corporation.

Recall that the workers union of the corporation embarked on industrial strike to remove the former acting general manager recently for alleged maladministration and incompetence among other grievances levelled against him.

Impeccable sources however, revealed that though Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq is yet to be notified about the development, the alleged plan by the sacked former acting general manager may not scale through.


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