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100 days in office: Abdulrazaq's performance lackluster, disappointing - Kwara PDP

Date: 2019-09-07


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kwara State says Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq has no tangible achievement to his credit in his first 100 days in office, noting that his performance has been so uninspiring and disappointing.

In a statement signed by its State Chairman, Hon. (Engr.) Kola Shittu, the party stated that Abdulrazaq has not lived up to expectations of Kwarans who voted him, as he has failed to fulfil any of his electoral promises.

"Judging his performance by the indices of good governance and his campaign manifesto, Governor Abdulrazaq has had an embarrassingly poor start, as his promises remain largely unfulfilled, to the disappointment of the people of Kwara.

"Many of his promises including pledge to clear salary arrears owed local government and SUBEB staff, pay N18,000 minimum wage to workers in the State, reduce tuition fees at State-owned tertiary institutions, among other promises have all been broken.

Quite unsurprisingly, his handlers have come out to shamelessly deny many of the promises he made during the campaigns.

"Despite the media hype of the Abdulrazaq's activities and brandishing of lies and deceits by his media team, a critical assessment of governance in the State, shows that nothing concrete has been done to better the lots of Kwarans in the last 100 days of his incompetent administration.

"He has instead reduced governance to pettiness and blame game. It is unfortunate that he even took his pettiness to an embarrassingly low level by directing that the State's emblem be changed; an action that is of no essence to Kwara's development.

"Rather than focus on the business of governance, Abdulrazaq and his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), are more interested in politics of bitterness and vindictiveness. "His first 100 days have witnessed all sort of impunity and infractions such as the unlawful suspension of elected local gov

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