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Governor Ahmed talks about the “move” of state property outside the Government House

Kwara: Gov. Ahmed speaks on ‘moving’ State-owned property out of Government House

The Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed drove Kwara State Government has denied moving State-possessed property out of the Government House.

The Government, in an announcement to GISTOK on Monday, expelled the story making the rounds in certain quarters as false news.

It was accounted for that Gov Ahmed and some other government authorities in the Government House, Ilorin were moving government property only couple of days as far as possible of their residency.

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Be that as it may, in a short articulation marked by the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Media, Dr Muyideen Akorede, the legislature said what was by and large wrongly coursed were pictures of a truck heap of philanthropy (Zakat) things given by Alhaji Aliko Dangote through his establishment which were being removed from government house for conveyance to individuals with regards to the yearly practice.

The announcement included, “Obviously, those were not government property. For the record, all administration property inside government house are bar-coded and contained in a stock which will be given over to the approaching government.”