One Year In Office: 18 Things Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq Did For Tertiary Institutions


1. Payment of over 700M, seven months salary arears owed by the past administration to the Colleges of Education.

2. N123,137,802 was released for the accreditation exercise for three institutions namely C.O.E. (Technical), Lafiagi, College of Nursing and midwifery, Ilorin and CAILS, Ilorin.

3. College of midwifery, Ilorin which had been neglected since 2012 was resuscitated by this administration.

4. Disbursement of bursary to 8,304 final year students who are Kwarans in tertiary institutions across the country.

5. Scholarship of N100,000 was given to 179 students of Kwara origin in law schools across the country. Total sum of N17.9M.

6. Completion of one block of four (4) classrooms at College of Health Technology, Offa.

7. 1.6km road at the College of Health Technology, Offa.

8. Disbursed N5,000 each to 8,304 final year students of Kwara State indigene across various Tertiary Institutions in the country. Total expended, NGN41,520,000.

9. Monthly subvention has been restored in the state- owned Colleges of Education.

10. Establishment of a 300-capacity ICT Centre in the College of Health Technology, Offa.

11. Approval of 19,560,000. for Aircraft Insurance and salaries.

12. NGN19,573,363.54 outstanding salary arears was released to IVTEC, Ajasse Ipo.

13. Approval of N40 Million to College of Health Technology Offa for accreditation.

14. NGN4, 540, 030 was released to College of nursing, Oke-Ode for repair of leaking roofs of four major buildings in the college.

15. Funds released for the purchase of DA42 propeller, ELT batteries and other IT equipments for flight operation in International Aviation College, Ilorin.

16. Ambulance was purchased in the College of health tech. Offa

17. N17.562M was released for the college of law accreditation exercise by the council of legal education.

18. N1,800,000 was approved to support entrepreneurship program 2019 (workshop), which was organized by MOTEST

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