Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has celebrated his birthday with students of the the School for Special Needs Apata Yakuba.
AbdulRazaq, who clocked 61 on Friday, February 5, 2021, has been a philanthropist with special focus on the poor and persons living with disabilities even before he became governor.
“To celebrate my birthday today, I returned to the first place we went to when our administration came in, School For Special Needs, Apata Yakuba,” he said on his Twitter handle on Saturday.
“It was a beautiful moment to again identify with the students who have become my friends.
“I took the opportunity to commission their computer laboratory to assist those having difficulties in hearing.
“We have also provided solar light system for the whole school and other teaching aids like brails to improve learning.
“I believe every child is a blessing from God; no parent should despise a child with any form of disability.
“We all have a responsibility to help those who are challenged by supporting institutions like the Special Needs School.
“On our part, we will continue to do all we can to provide the necessary support they need to attain their potentials,” he said.