KWHA Wants Kwara TV Repositioned

Date: 2012-08-05

The Kwara State Government has been urged to reposition the State Television Authority to enable the station serve as a medium for effective service delivery. The assembly made the call in Ilorin on Friday in its resolution on a motion tagged “Repositioning Kwara Television for efficient performance”. The motion, which was sponsored by Mr EbunOwolabi, the member representing Ekiti Constituency, and seconded by Malam Kamal Fagbemi (Oke-Ogun), received the support of all members present at the session. The Speaker of the House, Malam Razaq Atunwa, while reading the resolution, called on the state government to, as a matter of necessity, carry out the general overhaul of the equipment at the station.

He said this was the only way that the signal of the station could be received in all nooks and crannies of the state.

The Assembly also called on the Ministry of Information and Communication to ensure the recruitment and training of qualified personnel for effective service delivery.

The legislators also advised the management of Kwara Television to improve on the quality of its programme contents in the line with international standard.

(NAN)

 

 


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