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Abdulrazaq tasks youth minister nominee to be good ambassador

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Kwara State Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq on Sunday urged Jamila Bio Ibrahim, youth Minister nominee, to be a great ambassador of the state and of the youth constituency that she now leads nationwide.

Abdulrazaq congratulated Jamila Bio Ibrahim – the immediate past Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on SDGs, on her nomination as the Minister for Youth.

He posits that Jamila’s nomination satisfies two major developmental milestones of youth empowerment and gender inclusion in the decision-making process in Nigeria.

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While commending President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for conceding yet another ministerial slot to Kwara, said: “we consider this additional nomination a great honour to our state, especially the rank and file of our party and its youth and women wings. Given her energy and impressive network among the youth constituency, we believe she is a good fit for the role.”

The Governor wishes the ministerial nominee all the best in her new assignment, just as he requests all stakeholders to support her in the new role as another representative of Kwara at the Federal Executive Council (FEC).