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Bauchi Lawmaker urged constituents to support Gov. Bala administration


By Ahmed Ahmed

The Member representing Bogoro constituency in the state house of Assembly Mr Musa Wakili Nakwada has urged constituents to support Governor Bala Mohammmed of Bauchi state administration and developmental initiative.

Nakwada made the call in an interview with journalists at the flagging off ceremony of the construction of Bogoro – Lusa and Boi- Tapshin roads by the former Senate President Mr. David Mark and governor Mohammmed on Tuesday at Bogoro.

He urged people from Bogoro constituency to continue giving Bauchi state Governor all the necessary support and cooperation in order to bring more developmental projects to the area.

Nakwada said the construction of the roads would ease the hardships being experienced by the people of the area.

“Further boost economic activities through easy transportation of farm produce being the mainstay of the people of the area,” he said.

The legislators said he has played positive roles in the state house of Assembly by sponsoring bills and projects that would bring rapid development to his constituency.

According to him this is the first time in history the state government would construct roads in Bogoro since the creation of the local government.

He reiterated his determination to sponsor more bills on policies, programmes and projects that will have a direct bearing on the lives of the people of his constituency.

Nakwada commended governor Muhammad for executing developmental projects across the state.

He urged the people to rally round the present administration in the state in order to put the state on the path of development.

The legislator said the people of his constituency are optimistic about the leadership style of PDP -led administration in the state in the last two years.

The constructions in Bogoro constituency include 11.2 km and 11.6 km respectively linking Bogoro to Lusa malarr and Boi to Tafshin which is expected to be completed within 24 dry months.

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