Toro Lawmaker Builds Security Outpost In Magama

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Ukasha Rabiu Magama

Amidst the persistent insecurity challenge in Toro, the member representing Toro Federal Constituency, Ismail Haruna Dabo has laid a foundation for the building of a modern security outpost in Magama.

Flagging off the project in Magama Gumau on Saturday, the lawmaker reiterated his commitment to improving the life and standard of living of Toro citizens by working closely with federal authorities to safeguard the lives and property of his constituents and Nigerians at large.

Similarly, the event marked the closing ceremony of the first phase of the Haske Care Fertilizers program whereby over 3000 farmers benefited from the scheme.

In another development, the lawmaker has sworn in 76 aides who will assist in his transformation agenda of moving Toro to a greater pedestal both politically and economically.

While administering the oath, the lawmaker tasked the appointees to work harmoniously with him to come up with policies and programs to reduce alarming youth restiveness as well as support women to be self-sufficient.

Out of the 76 slots, 9 are legislative aides, 10 media aides, 25 Project Monitoring Assistants, 6 personal Assistants and 25 Special Advisers.

Speaking, the retired military officer Col. Umar Tilde, applauded the gesture as well as tagged it the best in the history of the constituency since the nation’s return to a democratic regime in 1999.

In their separate remarks, the new appointees promised to work tirelessly  to the best of their ability by making positive contributions in formulating policies that would improve the quality of life and standard of living of Toro citizens and Nigeria at large.


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