Kwara: AbdulRazaq appoints 16 women special assistants on SDGs




Kwara state governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has appointed 16 women as Special Assistants on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Each appointee represents the 16 local government areas of the state.

The appointees, according to a statement by the chief press secretary to the governor, Rafiu Ajakaye, were charged with the duties of supporting and promoting the administration’s efforts to achieve the goals.

The appointees are: Usman Bilikis (Kaiama); Monsurat Lawal (Ilorin West); Khadijat Ibrahim (Ilorin East); Jibola Yusuf (Ilorin South); Abdulmumin Kane Habibat (Baruten); Aishat Motunrayo Yusuf (Asa); Deborah Lawal (Ifelodun); Kafayat Kazeem (Irepodun); Titilayo Ashaolu (Oke Ero); Oluwakemi Opeyemi Afolashade (Ekiti); Sani Kudirat (Isin); Esther Funlola Adejumo (Oyun); Amudat Muhammad (Moro); Fatima Mohammed (Patigi); Kashi Mohammed (Edu); and Dorcas Toyin Ogunwole (Offa).

Similarly, the statement said the governor has appointed Elelu Mubashiru Bolakale, a professional estate surveyor, as special assistant on infrastructure (Kwara Central).

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