Kwara Gets 5000 Litre Capacity Innoson Fire Fighting Truck
5000 litre capacity fire fighting truck built by Innoson delivered to the Kwara State Government.
In line with his campaign promises, to safeguard lives and properties of Kwarans, the Kwara State administrator, Alhaji AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq on Tuesday, 3rd March has delivered a 5000-litre capacity fire fighting truck to the state fire service.
This is coming just a few months after the Governor purchased two ultra modern skytick fire service technology to the service to battle recurring incidence of fire outbreak in the state of harmony.
AbdulRazaq eulogised the organization for securing lives and properties following fire outbreaks which have rocked the state in recent times, stressing that the government would not cease to provide modern equipment and train its workforce for effective service delivery to the people.
The statement read in parts: “We will continue to invest in your training and your equipment, and this is part of the evidences that we have to invest in your human capacity and equip you to do the job,” the Governor said shortly before handing the key of the 5000-litre vehicle made by Innoson Nigeria
“I know you need more and we will continue to strive to give you more and to make sure that your activities extend to other senatorial districts in the state.”
In expressing his joy, Kwara State Fire Service Director Waheed Yakub heaped praises on. the Governor for the kind gesture, adding that such intervention is a sheer indication of his love for the people of the state.
“Your Excellency has done so much for us to bring us to where we are today. We can only thank you for your rare commitment to secure people’s lives and properties. We thank you for this new addition to what you have done for us,” Yakub said.
Recall in November, AbdulRazaq acquired over 27 vehicles for the Kwara State civil service, including two Hillux vans with modern fire fighting technology, to enhance their movement and service delivery to the people.
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