By Austin Ajayi, Yola.
The Senator Representing Southern Senatorial Zone of Adamawa State, in the National Assembly, Senator Binos Dauda Yaroe has reiterated his commitment to fulfill his campaign promises to the people of his constituent.
He made this known during a Town Hall meeting in Numan, he said the Saturday commencement of the town in Numan is beginning of Town Hall meetings that will take place in all the nine local government council in his zone.
Noting that he it is his intentions to revisit an existing Bill at the National Assembly which was passed to established school of Geology Sciences in Guyuk and School of Forestry in Toungo.
According to him “no matter the political undertone of why the bill was initiated by the former Senator, he will revisit it and make sure that the bill becomes a law for the institutions be established in those mentioned two Local Government areas”.
He intimated stakeholders at the meeting the roles is playing at the national Assembly on issues bordering on the development of the entire Senatorial Zone.
Stressing that, his representation will empower Youths and women of the zone on a skills acquisitions program on a Sooner possible, stating that arrangements has been concluded with experts to train them on various skills that will make them self independent.
While addressing the gathering at the meeting, the Senator promised to use his four years terms to sponsor three hundreds University students through a well design scholarship program for the less privileged constituents.
He reminded them that the Numan-Jalingo road in collaboration with his colleague representing Taraba North,Sen Isa Lau are working in synergy to see that the federal government work on the drafted report already given to mobilised the construction company to continue work on the delipidated road.
“The Numa Federation has been neglected in terms of development by the Federal and State Government, I’m in touch with the Dangote Sugar company to look on the divergence issues of development on LGAs of Numan,Guyuk and Shelleng