Complete Abandoned Project, Adamawa Community Tells Guber Aspirant

Complete Abandoned Project, Adamawa Community Tells Guber Aspirant

Dasin Hausa, a ward in Fufore Local Government Council are soliciting for completion of abandoned water and road, if the party wins the forth coming gubernatorial election in the state.

Ali Tata, co-odinator of ADC in Fufore Local Government made the request at the ward to ward campaign tour of the party across the state.


He said, the previous governments sited location for motorised boreholes but were abandoned, he also said the former Adamawa governor, Murtala Nyako constructed water tank, even dug pipe lines linking Ribadu community were there would be water supply from the dam but were abandoned. He explained that all roads linking Dasin Hausa to other villages and towns were in bad shape which previous government had promised to construct but nothing has been done.


Tata also solicit for completion of dilapidated schools building projects if the ADC win the election, he said the community has just one primary school and no secondary school which made their children trek miles away to school.

According to him, “If we have secondary school here, our children will not suffer that much to trek very far to school,” said Tata.


He also asked the party to do something about the high unemployment rate in the society while calling on the people to vote for the ADC candidate in order to bring back development to the community.


Responding, Senator Nyako said he would look into all abandoned project and see how they would be completed but said he will give priority to education, health, and skills acquisition and drug abuse if elected.