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Youngest lawmaker, Hon. Rukayat celebrates Gov Abdulrahman’s birthday

_Says he's champion for inclusivity_

 

The Youngest female lawmaker in Nigeria, Hon Rukayat Shittu, a member of the Kwara State House of Assembly has celebrated and applauded the Chairman of the Nigeria Governor’s Forum, and Governor of Kwara State, Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq on his inclusive governance policies which have created a welcoming future for all the residents of Kwara State.

Hon Rukayat noted this in a post on her verified Facebook, Instagram, and X page and also made available to Just Event Online TV by her , while celebrating Gov Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq’s birthday

She wrote, “_Happy birthday to our amazing and progressive Governor! Your dedication to advocating for gender equality and empowering every youth is truly inspiring. Thank you for being a champion for inclusivity and creating a more inclusive and welcoming future for all. Wishing you a day filled with joy, love, and endless celebrations. Happy birthday to the NGF Chairman, My Governor, Our Governor, Mallam Abdulrahman AbdulRazaq_”.

In a resounding demonstration of visionary leadership and a commitment to the future of the state and Nigeria at large, Governor Abdulrahman AbdulRazaq has showcased his dedication to the empowerment of youth and women in the state’s governance structure.

The March 19th, 2023 election victory which pronounced the 26-year-old villager, Rukayat Shittu the youngest female legislator in Nigeria, amongst other age 26-28 years commissioners, SSAs and SAs in his cabinet are not only signals a new era of leadership but also highlights the governor’s recognition of the importance of youth and women in driving development and progress.

Governor Abdulrahman’s tenure has been marked by an unwavering focus on inclusive governance, the promotion of socio-economic development, and the empowerment of young people.

The progressive policies underscore his consistent efforts to tap into the energy, creativity, and innovative thinking that the youths bring to the table.

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