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Abdulrazaq Presents Car Key To Best Civil Servant In Kwara

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Abdulrazaq Presents Car Key To Best Civil Servant In Kwara

It is nice to see smiles on your faces,” the Governor said

Kwara Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq at the weekend presented a car key to the star winner of the civil service award programme.

The awardee, Dr Kazeem Lakadir, was rewarded for his outstanding performance and character in the service.

Other prizes were given out to the runners-up and other categories of awardees included Plasma TV, refrigerators, power-generating set, and fans.

The Governor, while congratulating the star winner and other awardees, promised to sustain his administration’s motivational programmes for the workforce in the state.

“We have come to the end of the civil service week, which is a well-organized event. It is nice to see smiles on your faces,” the Governor said in Ilorin at the Kwara State Civil Service Dinner and Award Night on Friday.

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Dr Lakadir, a staff of the Ministry of Health, won the star prize following a painstaking screening and recommendation of the award presentation Committee.

“Let me congratulate the awardees of this event. It is truly well deserved. It was only yesterday I was mentioning what the Ministry of Health did during the Covid19 pandemic and their outstanding performances. This award has come to show that I was not misplacing my praise for them,” he said.

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AbdulRazaq commended the State Head of Service Mrs Suzan Modupe Oluwole for the initiative, which, according to him, was designed to make the workers happy.

“I congratulate the Head of Service for putting this event together. It is a good thing to make sure that the workforce is happy, to rally them together and make sure the right things are done for the State,” he said.

“On our part as a State, we will make sure we always do the most responsible and sustainable things for you to make sure you have a conducive environment to work, and make sure your salaries are paid as and when due.

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“We will do the needful to make you happy. Once you are happy you will deliver the service to the State.”

“By the special grace of God, this event will be bigger next year. As you know our government takes your welfare very seriously and we will always do that,” he added.

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