COVID-19: Kwara Gov launches cash transfer to poor households ·  Says was in self-isolation ‘as a precaution’ · Govt awaits outcome of investigation of UITH

Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq on Monday launched the Federal Government’s conditional cash transfer to 25000 households in the state, with beneficiary getting at least 20,000 each. “Today, I flag off the disbursement of conditional cash transfer initiative of the Federal Government to 25,000 households in Kwara. Each benefiting household is to get N20,000 cumulatively…

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KAM Holding, Shagaya, Mt. Olive boost Kwara COVID-19 campaign *Palliatives move to Ilorin East *No total lockdown yet — Commitee

More donations have been made to the Kwara State Government’s campaign to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) to the state, with various individuals and firms backing the government’s effort. “The government commends the management of KAM Holding for the donation of N20m to the government; Hajia Bola Shagaya for donating 100 bags of 50kg…

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No confirmed COVID-19 case in Kwara: Govt · Explains UITH incident, samples taken · Govt begins distribution of N154m worth of palliatives

Kwara State Government on Friday denied that the state has recorded a case of coronavirus (COVID-19), adding however that all the six samples of suspected cases so far tested in the state have been negative. “The Kwara State Technical Committee on COVID-19 wishes to clarify that the state has not recorded any confirmed case of…

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Kwara begins fumigation of markets Thursday night · Yusuf Ali SAN, Tuyil, Seriki, Perm Secs, eight-year-old boy, others donate

Kwara State Technical Committee on Corona Virus (COVID-19) will Thursday night begin fumigation of markets across the state, a statement has said. The fumigation takes place between 7p.m. and 11p.m. “Fumigation is slated to begin across seven markets tonight (Thursday). These markets are Baboko Market; Oja Oba Market; Mandate Market; Ipata Market; Kulende Market; Ago…

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COVID-19: Community, religious leaders, CBOs to distribute Kwara palliatives • Govt insists on temperature screening, social distancing • Targets aged, widows, artisans, physically challenged, others • Distribution takes place at ward levels

Traditional rulers, religious leaders and community-based organisations at various ward levels are to oversee the distribution of Kwara State government’s palliative packages to the poorest of the poor in the state, Emir of Shonga and chairman of the committee on palliatives Dr Haliru Yahaya said on Wednesday. The emir also said the palliatives would primarily…

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