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APC Northeast chair appreciates Yobe

By Musa M. Buba Damaturu

Governor Ibrahim Gaidam of Yobe state has disclosed that his administration had recorded remarkable successes in various areas of human endeavour in accordance with the All Progressives Congress (APC) party manifesto that “seeks to testify the yearnings and aspirations of the common man.


” He disclosed this yesterday at the Government House, Damaturu, while receiving the newly elected APC North-east zonal Chairman, Comrade Mustapha Salisu, who was on a Th ank You and familiarisation visit to the state.


The governor, who was represented by his deputy, Engr. Abubakar D. Aliyu, said: “Yobe has settled all the backlogs of gratuities in the state up to February, 2017.


“And in the area of housing, over 1600 houses were constructed and issued out to civil servants on owner-occupier scheme at the subsidised rate of 65% cost of construction.


The state had also established Yobe teaching hospital at the cost N5.5 billion and is undertaking construction and renovations of schools, apart from the most recent contract awarded for the establishment of international cargo airport in the state capital,” he said.


Earlier, in his remarks, the new APC North-east zonal chairman, Mustapha Salisu, said he was in Yobe to thank them for scoring 94% in all elections in Yobe and to commend them for all their sacrifi ces which enabled the APC to clinch all electoral positions in the state.


He also used the forum to seek the state government’s support the forthcoming North-east zonal conference of the APC slated for October 17, 2017, at Bauchi.


The courtesy call was well attended by National legislatures in the North-east, members of Yobe state House of Assembly, state executive council and many APC stalwarts in the state.

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