Kwara State Governor, North Central Nigeria, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has appointed an Igbo man, Chukwugozie Igwebuike, and Mohammed Abdullahi, a Fulani as Special Assistants on Inter-community relations respectively.
Gatekeepers News reports that this was disclosed in a statement signed by Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Rafiu Ajakaye.
He said that while Chukwugozie was appointed as Special Assistant (Igbo), Abdullahi was named as Special Assistant (Fulani).
Ajakaye also said that a journalist, Mr Abdulateef Kolawole, has been appointed as Special Assistant on Communication.
The statement reads: “Kwara State governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq has approved the appointment of three new Special Assistants, including two on inter-community relations, deepening inclusion across various demographics of the state.
“While Chukwugozie Angus Igwebuike is named the Special Assistant to the Governor on Inter-community Relations (Igbo), Muhammed Abdullahi has been appointed as Special Assistant on Inter-community Relations (Fulani).
“The duo are respected community leaders in their own right, having lived in Kwara State for many years.
“The Governor, meanwhile, has appointed a budding journalist, youth development advocate, and communications professional Ibraheem Abdullateef Kolawole as Special Assistant on Communication.
“27-year-old Abdullateef, famously called Egghead for his vibrancy and brilliance, is currently a member of the Nigerian Youth Parliament where he represents Kwara Central Senatorial District. He is the founder of Raise, a platform he coordinates with other Young Turks to groom young people to be self-reliant and forward-looking.”