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KW-IRS distributes 750 school bags to pupils

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By Opeyemi Daniel

No fewer than 750 school bags have been distributed by Kwara State Internal Revenue Service to both public and private schools in Kwara North, Baruten and Kiama Local Government Area of Kwara State as its Community Impact Project (CIP).
Though KW-IRS was founded majorly to enhance the revenue generation of the state, yet the impact of the service on education since inception cannot be over emphasized as the distribution of the school bags will go a long way in the academic performance of the pupils.
The KW-IRS team started the distribution in Ilesha Baruba in Baruten Local Government under the watch of unit head of Kwara North, Garba Saka having received the advice and the blessing of the emir.
Gwanara was the next district visited during the tour, though the emir was not around, they were received warmly by the Area Officer who gave the advice on how the exercise should be carried out on behalf of the emir.
Okutawasi was the third community visited where the distribution was also a success as 150 school bags were distributed to pupils in the area.
Yashikira was the last community visited in Baruten Local Government and the team leader appreciated the efforts of the leaders of the district for giving their maximum support in making the distribution a success.
In Kaima Local Government, it was also a successful distribution as there were no hitches whatsoever, while the team leader and the entire teams showed their appreciation to God for a successful exercise.
Earlier, on behalf of the traditional rulers, the emir of Ilesha Baruba in his address thanked the Executive Governor of Kwara State, Dr Abdulfatah Ahmed for establishing KW-IRS to be of help to communities in the state, adding that Kwarans are seeing the impact of the service and are grateful for it.
He also commended the effort of the executive chairman of the service, Dr Murtala Awodun for the wisdom he has been using in improving the standard of education through so many measures.
He said exercise was a fruitful one and the service should not rest on their oars to continue to do more.
In reaction, beneficiaries noted that the service should continue to do the great work on education sector, stressing that provision of furniture, exercise books, text books, and equipping of libraries of all schools in Kwara State should be incorporated into the programme as part of their Community Impact Projects.
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