Open letter to Governor Mai Mala Buni


– By Moussa Amshi.

Your excellency, I humbly write to commend you for the unparalleled infrastructural projects already executed, especially roads in both urban and rural areas, in addition to several other legacy roads under construction.

The reading public, especially those resident in Yobe state, as well as those passing by, would testify without fear of contradictions, the good work you have been carrying out, with passion and acute sense of patriotism.

Damaturu metropolis is today given an enviable facelift, in terms of road network, beautified with enduring green verges, pedestrian walkways, drainage system, commuter bus stops, and street lights powered by solar-energy, all under the timely administration of the pragmatic and development oriented leader, the democratically elected governor, Mai
Mala Buni.

Other infrastructural facilities put in place by governor Mai Mala, included modern markets across Yobe state, renovated schools, as well as provision of hospital ambulances to boost emergency health services, as well as adequate qualified medical, health and teaching personnel.

More than 2000 teachers for Basic and Secondary schools, have been recruited, while provision of new tractors and fertilizer to encourage mechanized agriculture has been made.

The foregoing remarkable performance by governor Buni might explain what endears him to people of Yobe state and beyond. I hope you would maintain the tempo.

May I however implore his excellency, to kindly ensure that every nook and cranny of the state that are not yet provided with befitting roads, are attended to, such as my own locality, Jakusko which has not been treated equitably and fairly in this regard since 1999.

Residents of Jakusko would wish to remind the governor that, beside him being from that locality, they are law abiding, and made sure that, all their votes went to him.

Therefore, laying an enduring road in Jakusko, would not only be fulfillment of his electioneering campaign promise, but a legacy he would forever be remembered for, as it would improve living condition of people in the area.

May God continue to guard, guide and bless you and your administration.

Well done the chief servant.

Moussa Amshi, writes from Jakusko Yobe state.

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