The newly elected Executives of the Kwara State Artisans Congress (KWACO), paid a courtesy visit to the Executive Chairman, Kwara State Internal Revenue Service (KW-IRS), Shade Omoniyi, today Friday 3rd September 2021.
In his opening remarks,the newly elected president of the congress, Alhaji Jimoh Adeshina, said the essence of the visit was to formally present the new executives to the Executive Chairman of KW-IRS, pledge unwavering support of the association to the Service, identify ways of improving revenue generation, and also solicit assistance of the Service in the forthcoming inauguration ceremony of the congress, scheduled to hold later in the year.
Alhaji Adeshina while expressing appreciation to the Executive Chairman, Shade Omoniyi for her support to the immediate past executives, also sought similar gestures to the newly elected executives,especially towards a successful tenure in office.
“I appreciate your visit and commend the efforts and collaboration of the executives of the congress since inception of the Service” said the Executive Chairman, KW-IRS, Shade Omoniyi.
Shade Omoniyi pledged support of the Service to the new executives.
The meeting witnessed presentation of admission letters for the 2021/2022 Academic session of the International Vocational Technical & Entrepreneurship College, (IVTEC),Ajase Ipo, Kwara State to Alhaji Adeshina for Fifty (50) Artisan members, as part of the Service Community Impact Program, to further train Artisans in the State in modern entrepreneurship and vocational skills.
In his response, the Chairman, Board of Trustee, Alhaji Abdulwaheed Adisco, on behalf of the Artisan Congress thanked the Service for securing admission for its members, assuring a more productive partnership with the Service.
Corporate Affairs Department, KW-IRS