Karasuwa LGA boss hails Buni on infrastructural development 

 The head, Caretaker Management Committee, Karasuwa area council in Yobe state, Hon. Khalid Abba Umara, has lauded the Yobe state governor, Mai Mala Buni, for providing good governance across the 17 LGAs in the state.

 In a press release made available to Blueprint Thursday, the council boss particularly praised Buni for employing the teeming youth in various ministries, department and agencies of the state and empowering the less privileged and orphans and for  providing accessibility to good and quality health care system and dispensary services among others in Karasuwa sub town and villages and wards. 

 The press release reads: “Praised be to Allah who had made it easier and possible to address this gathering.

 “Under the leadership styles of my father and mentor His Excellency, Mai Mala Buni, executive governor of Yobe, he has achieved and provided dividends of democracy to the 17 area councils in which  Karasuwa local government area is one.

 “We have benefited in the area of empowerment of less privileged, orphans & the employment of our teeming youth in various ministries, departments and agencies of the state.

 “We have access to good and quality health care and good dispensary services system in Karasuwa sub town and villages in the 10 wards. 

 “There is provision of standard and quality education, infrastructural provisions in primary and junior secondary schools, and employment of teachers in the area council.”


Zamfara: 1,500 patients receive free treatment in Bungudu LGA 

By Sanusi Muhammad


The Islamic Medical Association of Nigeria (IMAN) in collaboration with the office of a member of the Federal House of Representatives, representing Maru and Bungudu in Zamfara, Hon. Abdulmalik Zubairu, has treated over 1, 500 patients free with medication.

Speaking at the free medical outreach service held at Zubairu Bawa Women and Children Community Hospital, Bungudu, constructed by Hon. Zubairu, Thursday, Dr. Salisu Ibrahim, who represented the national president of IMAN stated that the medical outreach will take three days for treatment of the less privileged.

Emir of Bungudu, Alhaji Hassan Attahiru, described the medical outreach exercise as timely, adding that it would go a long way in assisting the less privileged to have access to free medication in the area.

The emir commended Hon. Zubairu for the construction of 50 beds hospital in Bungudu for free treatment to his constituents.

He urged other lawmakers and wealthy individual to emulate him in that direction.

In a goodwill message, the executive secretary, Zamfara State Hospital Service Management Board, Alhaji Mustafa Marafa, commended Hon. Zubairu for his concern for his constituents in the area of health care delivery.