.. Visits Pension Offiice, PHC
KADUNA, North-East, Nigeria – Governor Babagana Zulum on Tuesday, July 21, 2020 extolled the Igbos automobile spare-parts dealers for their courage and not flee Borno state, but remained in business despite boko haram challenges since 2009.
He gave the commendation when he visited Maiduguri’s most popular market for automobile spare-parts in ‘Bola’.
Zulum had recently constructed roads in the market to end difficulties faced by the traders and their customers.
He trekked for 30 minutes through the market, assured the Igbo traders that his administration would soon come up with package to boost their business in the state.
“For the last one decade you have remained firm, and you have been with us all the time. Even, during the peak of the insurgency, even when our people were leaving the state. You people have been selling spare-parts here, the Igbo communities that are doing their business here are our brothers. Therefore, very soon Government of Borno State will provide financial assistance to you,” he said.
Zulum charged the traders and others to maintain good hygiene of their environment. He continued his trek to the state Pension Office where he inspected ongoing renovation works.
The Borno helmsman directed the Permanent Secretary of the Board to relocate when work is completed to enable pensioners have easy access to the authority.
He then moved to inspect progress of work at a 50-bed Maternity Hospital at Abbaganaram community, also in Maiduguri.
He traversed through the state capital interacting with residents with a view to finding solutions to their problems.
Responding to a community request, the Governor ordered the remodeling of a traditional Islamic School in Kofa Biyu.
Before ending his community interactions, Zulum attended to different groups of People Living With Disability, (PLWDs) at locations visited within the capital.