PDP kickstarts free hotspot installation across in Kwara

PDP kickstarts free hotspot installation across in Kwara

On Thursday 4th July marks a significant milestone as I, on behalf of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kwara State, led the launch of a groundbreaking project to install hotspot facilities which will be accessed by the residents of the Kwara State free of charge.

 

The inauguration of the first phase of this project tagged “Kwara PDP Free Hotspot Zone” took place at Abe Igi Anu joint, Adeta roundabout, Ilorin, and was set to benefit not only the people of the area but the wider community, including students from Alhikma University, the College of Arabic and Islamic Legal Studies, Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin, Mini Campus of the Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin (formerly IOT) and secondary schools around the area.

 

This initiative represents a critical step towards bridging the digital divide and empowering our community with access to the global digital landscape. The provision of reliable and high-speed internet will connect the people of Ilorin to a world of information and opportunities, enabling them to learn from a vast array of online resources. Scholars and Students will particularly benefit from this initiative, gaining access to educational materials and research tools that will enhance their academic pursuits.

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The launch of these internet facilities underscores the PDP’s commitment to societal well-being and inclusivity. It highlights our dedication to creating a connected, informed, and progressive society.

 

It’s noteworthy that the Federal Government earlier this week decided to select the Kwara State University (KWASU), Malate, one of the monumental achievements of former President of the Nigerian Senate, Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki led PDP administration in the state, as one of the six universities nationwide to benefit from its ICT Experience Centre initiative. This is an attestation of my earlier claims.

 

In stark contrast, the current administration under Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq and the All Progressives Congress has failed to provide such essential services, leaving the state in disarray. While the APC’s leadership has resulted in chaos and stagnation, our party stands as a beacon of hope, progress and development for our dear state.

 

This project is a testament to the PDP’s vision of a brighter future for Kwara State, one where every individual has the tools and opportunities to succeed. By investing in digital infrastructure, we are laying the foundation for a more informed and empowered populace. This initiative will not only enhance educational outcomes but also stimulate economic growth by providing businesses and entrepreneurs with the connectivity they need to thrive in a digital economy.

 

As we move forward, the PDP will continue to champion initiatives that promote development, inclusivity, and the well-being of our people. We are committed to ensuring that no one is left behind in our quest for progress. This launch is just the beginning, and we look forward to expanding this project to other parts of the state capital and other local government areas of the state, furthering our goal of a digitally connected Kwara State.

 

In conclusion, the launch of the internet facilities in Kwara State communities is a clear demonstration of the PDP’s proactive approach to governance. It showcases our commitment to leveraging technology for the betterment of society, providing our people with the tools they need to succeed in the 21st century. We invite the people of Kwara to join us on this journey towards a brighter, more connected future, and to reject the darkness and incompetence that has characterized the APC’s tenure. Together, under the banner of the PDP, we can build a state that truly reflects our collective aspirations for better progress and prosperity.

 

Signed:

Abdullahi Kayode,
State Secretary,
Kwara PDP.

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