KWSG PRESS STATEMENT ON PROTESTS BY EX-COUNCILLORS
Although the state government recognizes their right to peaceful protests, the protesters are advised to channel their demands to the individual local government councils that are owing them.
Meanwhile, the Ahmed administration stands ready to support the councils to pay these and other arrears as demonstrated by the recent release of N2b to local councils, including N100m, towards offsetting the arrears owed political office holders, out of the recent Paris Club Refund as well as the ongoing efforts to shore up their internally generated revenue.
Alhaji Mahmud Tunde Ajeigbe
Commissioner for Information and Communications
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