Adamawa govt to spend N1.7b on schools infrastructure
By Suru Charles
The sum of N1.7b has been set aside by the Adamawa state government for the construction and rehabilitation of classrooms across the state.
The construction and rehabilitation, according to the state governor, Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri, are scheduled to commence in the first quarter of next year.
The promise was made today during his campaign rally in Ganye town ahead of the 2023 general elections.
He told the people of Ganye that his administration has constructed five thousand classrooms across the state and provided them with instructional materials.
Fintiri also informed the people that his administration has repositioned the State University by restoring its lost glory and will in no distant time upgrade the College of Agriculture Ganye and 10 legacy Secondary schools in the state.
While assuring them of his administration’s plans to construct the road from LCCN to Ganye and plans to build an International cattle market in the area, he said are as well in the pipeline.
The governor also assured the people of Gurumpawo of his administration’s readiness to fence and provide staff Quarters among other facilities for the primary healthcare in the area built by his administration.
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He noted that the road leading to the area can hardly be executed by the state government because of the terrain of the area with many lakes and rivers that will only require the attention of the federal government.
For the project to be a reality, he beckoned the people to vote for their son, Atiku Abubakar as President of Nigeria whom he believed will provide purposeful leadership to the country battered by irresponsible leadership.
While in Yelwa Community, the governor promised to complete all ongoing projects in Ganye Chiefdom, calling on the people to support all PDP candidates in the 2023 general elections.
The state government, as made known by him, will no doubt continue to support farmers in the state to avert any emerging food insecurity by procuring fertilizer at the appropriate time and all the necessary inputs for a bumper harvest.
Also speaking, the State Chairman of PDP, Barrister Tahir Shehu, Director General of the Campaign Council, Alhaji Auwal Tukur and Chief Felix Tangwami say Ganye has been the stronghold of PDP since 1999 and therefore called on the people to continue to have confidence in the candidates of the party.
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