Gov. Bala Mohammed Lauds Ganjuwa-Darazo Reps Member for Constituency Projects Challenges Others to Emulate him.

By Isiyaka Wunti

Bauchi State Governor Bala Mohammed has challenged Representatives of the state at the National and State Assemblies to do away with Political Party differences and work for betterment of the state.

To this end, he encouraged them to initiate various Constituency Projects towards improving the quality of lives of the citizens.

The Governor made the call while presenting seven million naira Take-off Grant to some selected health facilities and schools as well as other empowerment initiative facilitated by the member Representing Ganjuwa-Darazo at the Federal House of Representatives, Alhaji Mansur Manu Soro.

Speaking at the occasion, Governor Bala Mohammed said collaborative effort among state government and the lawmakers would create enabling environment for execution of developmental projects across the state.

While commending Mansur Manu Soro for the quality representation and being in touch with the state government regardless of party affiliation, Bala Muhammed called on others to emulate him for the overall interest of the state.

Earlier, the member representing Ganjuwa-Darazo at the House of Representatives, Mansur Manu Soro said apart from construction of the education and health facilities, he procured six ambulances to ease emergency operations at the local levels.

The lawmaker also noted that over four hundred and fifty cell-phones have provided to women health volunteers who would be educating pregnant women from rural areas on the importance of attending anti-natal.

On his part the Chairman of the State Primary Healthcare Development Agency Dr. Rilwanu Muhammad said the agency has certified the effectiveness of the equipments and facilities provided before granting approval.

The new schools and health facilities were constructed at Gabarin, Sade, Darazo, Miya, Soro and Kafin Madaki in Ganjuwa Local Government area.

Please follow and like us:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.