Olugbense ruling house calls for open administration in Kwara

Members of the Olugbense ruling house in the ancient town of Offa, Kwara State have called on the new administration in the state to run an open administration and administer with fear of God.

Speaking with the Tribune Online in Offa, a prominent member of the ruling house, Prince Abdulrauf Adegboyega Keji, advised Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq to embark on meaningful projects that will have a direct impact on the life of the citizenry.

The Olugbense ruling house also charged the new governor to justify the confidence reposed in him by fulfilling electioneering promises to people.

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The people also advised the administration to revive moribund industries in the state to provide job opportunities for unemployed youth and enhance socioeconomic advancement of the state.

Prince Keji urged the new government to avoid sycophants, saying that it should lay emphasis on security, employment, road network, water, education, health, agriculture and worker’s welfare, adding that the sectors above are the panacea to successful governance.

He also implored people in the state to cooperate with the new administration to ensure a successful tenure.

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