Kwara assembly to begin commissioner nominees screening next week, as Abdulrasaq sends more nominees
Written by Taiwo Adediran on October 22, 2019
The Kwara State House Of Assembly has received another batch of six commissioner nominees making total of sixteen nominees.
The Speaker right Honorable Yakubu Danladi today read the message from the Executive Governor of Kwara State, Mallam Abdurazaq Abdulrahman intimating the
Honourable House another batch of Commissioner nominees for screening and confirmation.
The governor in his message noted that the latest list, which again reflects the state’s demography, means that Kwara now has nine women representing fifty-six-point-two-five percent and seven men representing forty-three-point-seven-five percent of the commissioner-nominees included top bureaucrats, entrepreneurs, educators, professionals and grassroots politicians.
As reported by our correspondent, Olarotimi Oshin, the names presented are: Afolabi Adenike from Ifelodun Local Government Area, Ahmed Fatima from Ilorin West, Aremu Bose from Irepodun, Oyeyemi Florence from Oke- Ero, Oyedun Juliana from Isin and Sulyman Ilyasu from Moro.
The Speaker called on all the nominees to submit photocopies of their CVs to the Clerk of the House saying the screening exercise will start on Tuesday, the twenty-ninth of October 2019.