Ex-Corper, Joana Nnazua assumes office as Kwara Commissioner


Ex-Corper, Joana Nnazua assumes office as Kwara Commissioner

Ex-Corper, Joana Nnazua assumes office as Kwara Commissioner.

Miss Joana Nnazua Kolo, a 2018 graduate of Library Science from Kwara State University (KWASU) has officially assumed office as Commissioner for Sports and Youth Development in Kwara State.

During her time in service, she served in Model Boarding Primary school, Guri, Jigawa State with the 2018 NYSC Batch C Stream 1 and passed out on Thursday, 3rd October 2019.

Miss Joana Nnazua Kolo, assumed office, following her swearing-in by the Executive Governor of Kwara State, Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq on Friday.

Kolo, who visited her office shortly after the swearing-in ceremony, promised to work in tandem with the governor’s agenda, saying she would cooperate with the Governor to ensure effective delivery of works and activities under her ministry.

Ex-Corper, Joana Nnazua assumes office as Kwara Commissioner

“Today signifies the dawn of a new era, as I thank Almighty God for making me witness today, I also appreciate Governor AbdulRazaq for trusting me with this ministry. I am committed to supervise this ministry to achieve the good plans of the Governor for the people of Kwara,” she said.

Kolo noted that the ministry is a sensitive one that must be used judiciously to facilitate youth liberation and empowerment in the state, just as she also promised to ensure that sporting activities are upgraded in the state.

“I pledge to handle this ministry effectively by discharging my duties toward ensuring the liberation of both young and old individuals in the state. I’m committed to the course of youth empowerment, where enabling environment and opportunities will be giving to the talented youths we have in the state to thrive. There is need for us to scale-up our sporting activities, which I will ensure it comes into fruition,” she added.

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