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Xmas : Sen. Ndume Presents Over 30 Cows, 300 Bags of rice, 200 jerry cans of Cooking oil to troops of operation Lafiya Dole, IDPs

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Xmas Sen Ndume presents over 30 cows, 200 bags of rice, 100 Jerry cans of Cooking oil to troops of operation Lafiya Dole, IDPs

By Madu Mohammed, Maiduguri

In the spirit of the Christmas celebrations, the former Senate Leader. senator Mohammed Ali Ndume has distributed ovet 30 cows., 200 bags of rice and 200 jerry  cans of cooking oil to the troops of Operation Lafiya Dole, fighting Boko Haram and the Internally Displaced Persons ( IDPs) and less previlaged members of his constituency to alleviate their suffering during the festivity and put smiles on their faces..

While handing over the food items for Christmas celebrations to the troops of the Operation Lafiya Dole, at the Maimalari contonment, Maiduguri on Saturday, Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume said ” I am here to present you 10 cow, 50 bags of rice and 20 Jerry csns of coking oil to the troops of Operation Lafiya Dole troops to celebrate this years Christmas happily at the war front for your sacrifices”.

While wishing happy Christmas and New year. Senator Ndume a Senator representing Borno South at the National Assembly was represented by Alhaji Adamu Idrisa Timta said ” this is just a token for the troops fighting Boko Haram in the front line for their sacrufies. dedication and commitment for their fatherland and for peace to reign in the Northeast “.

” The Senator could have loved to be here personally but because he went to witness the burial of one of his colleague who die recently. His heart is always with you. The Senator is also a son of soldier and a barrack boy, he doesn’t joke with the welfare of soldiers, because he grew up in the barrack”, he added.

He aaid ” he assured you that he is always with you and will continue to stand and pray for your success and your efforts to end Boko Haram insurgency ”

Responding, the theater Commander, Operation Lafiya Dole, Major General Olusegun Adeniyi said ” on behalf of the troops of Operation Lafiya Dole I want to thank Senator Ndume for the gesture. This gesture will help in a long way in.putting smiles on the faces of only our troops but the barrack community in general”.

” Senator Ndume is one of the Pilar of this operation, he stood for the operation on the floor of the Senate, through media and with his energy and resources, as indicated by this gesture. We really thank him and prayed that God will continue to guide and protect him”, General Adeniyi said.

The theater Commander said ” I assured you that we will not allow Boko Haram occupy an inch, the Boko Haram end is in sight, we will do everything to see that peace return to the Northeast”.

The team were also at the CAN IDP centre, Bakasi, Gubio Camps among other camps in Southern Borno.

 

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Yobe SUBEB Constructing six model schools at N1.8 Billion

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Yobe SUBEB Constructing six model schools at N1.8 Billion

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Yobe State Universal Basic Education (SUBEB) is currently constructing six model schools in Potiskum, Damaturu, Nguru, Gashu’a local government areas and Buni-Yadi the headquarters of Gujba local government area at the cost of N1.8b.

The Executive Chairman Yobe State Universal Basic Education Prof. Musa Alabe while speaking on the projects said the model schools were designed to accommodate more pupils with a view to decongest schools in places like Potiskum and Damaturu among others.

Alabe said the model schools awarded at the cost of about N300m each is designed to house six classes of five upstairs making it 30 classrooms per model school in addition to administrative blocks as well as teaching and learning materials.

The professor said, “We prioritize projects based on the mission of his Excellency Governor Mai Mala Buni’s of revitalizing basic education and as I am talking to you, some of the model schools under construction are completed with sets of classroom fully equipped with teaching and learning materials.

We have a lot of projects going on in all the primary schools across the state. In some primary schools we provide furniture because there are some that are lacking furniture so we supply. We also renovate classes in some primary schools while in other we are constructing classes.” Alabe added.

The SUBEB Boss disclosed that apart from the construction of model schools by the board, plans are on top gear to construct mega schools in the major towns of Potiskum, Damaturu, Buni-Yadi, Nguru and Gashu’a all geared towards providing the much needed infrastructure as well as conducive teaching and learning atmosphere in the state.

Algabe said, “The Mega schools were designed to be bigger than the model schools under construction and we hope to establish three to four of these mega schools in each local government area before the expiration of the tenure of His Excellency Hon. Mai Mala Buni.”

The Prof. revealed that plans are also underway to recruit additional qualified teachers through a process designed to get capable hands that will impact knowledge to the pupils and students of junior schools in the state.

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Borno Governor Visits 28 displaced Communities

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Borno Governor visits 28 displaced communities,

By Madu Mohammed, Maiduguri

Governor, Babagana Umara Zulum of Borno state has on Sunday ferried across Lake Alau where he visited 28 communities displaced by the Boko Haram insurgents on the shores of the Lake.

The Governor was ferried by a combat boat provided by the Nigerian military which has Naval, Army and Air force components involved in fighting boko haram in Borno state.

Governor Zulum’s trip to the agrarian communities was to explore how irrigation activities can be restored in other to create livelihoods for settlers.

”We are purposely here to look into ways we can bring back irrigation activities along the shores of this lake Alau. As we know, 28 communities were displaced and we will look into the possibility of resettling our brothers and sisters. The military is very committed, we will laise with them to ensure sustained security of lives and property” the Governor said during the visit.

Before ferrying across the Lake, the Governor was at water pumping station at Alau to inspect maintenance works and equipment. He was also at Maiduguri water treatment plant to see turn around maintenance carried out by the Borno state ministry of water resources.

Zulum said he was delighted by the quality of work undertaken by the management and staff of the ministry of water resources.

Prof. Zulum said “I am happy with what I have seen here, you have done a very good job. Sustainable, portable water remains critical to our administration, we must do everything for our people to continually supply clean water to citizens. However, this can only happen when we keep working day and night and with all sense of commitment” .

Maintenance works in the pumping station and the water treatment plant were directed by Governor Zulum in June last year, during an assessment visit. He had ordered complete overhaul of the plant.

The governor was in Kawuri town of Konduga Local Government Area where he assessed ongoing construction of 750 houses towards the resettlement of displaced residents of the village.

The Governor had last year, promised the completion of the houses by mid this year.

 

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Gov. Zulum seeks forgiveness of Borno residents for his shortcomings, outbursts.

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Gov. Zulum seeks forgiveness of Borno residents for his shortcomings, outbursts.

By Madu Mohammed, Maiduguri

The Borno State Governor, Prof. Babagana Zulum has asked for the forgiveness of his outburst while reactiing to some challenges facing the state, since he assumed office as Governor of the state.

It could be recalled that the governor have been reacting with outburst while trying to find solutions to problems such extortion at the checkpoints, hoarding of petroleum among other issues.

Gov. Zulum in a State broadcast at Government House, Maiduguri, yesterday said: “ I acknowledge with thanks those well spirited individuals
who spoke of my occasional outburst and other shortcomings in good faith.

While I hold no grudges against anyone, I sincerely seek your forgiveness for the shortcomings outburst action and inactions before during the global COVID-19 crisis.” the governor added.

He said “I have remained focused since my assumption of office on May 29, 2019 solemn pledge to ensure peace and security in the state. This is as well to reposition the state on the path of development.”

The task envisaged is herculean and enormous requiring sacrifices,
commitment and resilience.
“We’re making frantic efforts to resettle Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and provide mechanism for their independent means of livelihoods.” he further explained.

I ensured that all good advises heeded to e i wil try to accept . I hold no grudge against anyone, I sincerely seek
your forgiveness for the shortcomings to ensure good governance and better quality of life for our people.,” governor Zulun.said.

He said the state government is a principally people-oriented with

broad based participation.

“lHe said our doors a open for consultations and worthwhile advises to take our state to the next level,” he said, while thanking everybody for the
concern shown for his life personally.
According to him, we will do all it takes to ensure better quality of
life to the people and prosperity of state.

 

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