Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State on Wednesday inaugurated two new commissioners and a special adviser in a minor cabinet reshuffle.
The newly inaugurated commissioners are Sa’adatu Modibbo-Kawu and Abubakar Buhari.
Cabinet returnee Modibbo-Kawu got the education portfolio again, while Buhari is to man the Ministry of Communications.
The governor also swore-in the new Special Adviser on Special Duties, Alhaji Abdul-Razhaq Jiddah.
AbdulRazaq also announced a minor cabinet reshuffle involving five commissioners: Alhaji Wahab Agbaje who moved from Ministry of Water to Energy; Mariam Hassana, from Energy to Women Affairs.
Others are Abdulmaliq Risikatulahi, from Women Affairs to Water; George Towoju, from Communication to Youth, and Adamu Jamila, from Youth Development to Planning.
“I urge you and all other government appointees to be committed to the service of our people.
” I urge you to be team players and recharge your ministries to deliver better service delivery to our people.
“Notwithstanding the political campaign session, every minute should be spent to make life more worth living for the people.
“As an administration, our selling point is the impact we have made in key sectors of the society.
“Our re-election campaign is therefore anchored on verifiable achievements that we have made. We have taken governance to the remotest corners of our state. We want to do more.
“For every lie anyone tells against us, please point them to where we were in 2019 and where we are today.
“I urge you to work closely with your constituencies and make friends with all, including our political base.
”I congratulate you once again and wish you all a very impactful tenure of office.” the governor said.