Jigawa MP promises more development projects provision
By Our Reporter
The lawmaker representing Kafin Hausa at the Jigawa State House of Assembly, under the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC), Hon. Adamu Babanbare has expressed satisfaction with the number of projects so far executed under constituency initiative.
Hon. Babanbare, in an exclusive interview with The Triumph recently said such projects have so far impacted positively on the lives of the entire people of the constituency.
He said he has moved so many motions in the Assembly for the construction of secondary and primary schools as well as Islamiyya schools, in addition to the provision of portable drinking water in the area.
The lawmaker also stated that three boreholes were constructed at Hariyar, Aunau and Indawa villages aimed at improving their access to the commodity in the constituency adding that already the villages have started enjoying steady water supply in the area.
According to him, he has helped greatly in areas of training of some youths in the area with a view to empowering them to be self-sustained.
The legislator also said after completing the training, which is an ongoing, the youths would be assisted with working facilities and funds to aid their self-employment purposes.
Hon. Babanbare explained that more meaningful development projects will soon come the way of his constituency, adding that the projects would continue to have direct impact on the people of the area.
He further explained that sewing machines were also distributed to women in the area, while a sizeable number of motorcycles were distributed to youth in the area.
He then appealed to the people in the constituency to exercise more restraint and remain united and cooperative with the authorities to enable them achieve the noble objective.