Rep Tunji Ajuloopin, member representing Ekiti, Isin, Irepodun and Oke-ero of Kwara State has saluted Gov AbdulRahman AbdulRasaq on his 61st birth anniversary.

Ajuloopin in a statement issued and personally signed on Friday in Omu-Aran, the headquarters of Irepodun Local Government Area of the state congratulated the Governor on his new age

He tasked the Governor to make frantic effort in a bid to leave a lasting legacy of sternly performance, saying it will set the pace for the state.

He described Governor AbdulRasaq as a man of peace and unwavering commitment to Kwara welfare, stating that he had no doubt that the Governor would leave an enduring legacy.

Ajuloopin who is the chairman House Committee on Emergency and Disaster Preparedness commended the Governor on his various interventions over rainstorm and other disaster that left some part of Kwara homeless.

He said that AbdulRasaq's swift interventions on issues that concern the people of Kwara were unparalleled in the history of the state.

The lawmaker recalled the BBC Pidgin report on a ramshackle Onila and Agidingbi Community Primary Schools, in Irepodun Local Government Area of kwara state.

The women in the BBC pidgin report had told the reporter that they usually contribute N2000 monthly in a bid to build classrooms to provide conducive learning environment for their wards and children.

They succeeded in raising the sum of N480,000, however Gov AbdulRasaq not only paid a visit to the two communities but also refunded the contribution to the tune of N 1 million with N500,000 each to the communities.

He urged the Governor not to relent in his quest to reposition Kwara, stressing that his name would be written on therefore sound of time.

Ajuloopin tasked the Governor to redouble his effort in his bid to see a new Kwara emerged, stating that he was sure that his vision and passion for the state would get her out of the doldrums.

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