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Bauchi: Nigeria at 60, not time for blame game – Gov Bala Mohammed

Bauchi State governor, Senator Bala Abdulkadri Mohammed, on Thursday stated the event of Nigeria’s sixtieth Impartial Anniversary shouldn’t be used to play any blame sport towards previous leaders of the nation.

In accordance with him, the anniversary ought to slightly be used to extol previous leaders for his or her contribution to the event of the nation, declaring that current leaders are fellow heroes on the journey of nationhood.

The governor acknowledged these at a stakeholders’ parley with girls and youths to commemorate the nation’s sixtieth Impartial anniversary.

“The celebration of Nigeria’s Independence will not be an event for blame-game, the place we shall be blaming the previous leaders, however an event to extol them.

“We’re simply fellow heroes on this journey, the place we come and contribute our quota,” he submitted.

The governor stated that though Bauchi State had management challenges earlier than he assumed workplace, he has been in a position to transfer the state ahead.

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In accordance with him, his administration was in a position to take action by formulating insurance policies and programmes intentionally aimed toward addressing infrastructural and repair gaps.

He declared that the state’s inhabitants is on the rise now due largely to the truth that it’s offering a sanctuary of peace for the North-East geopolitical zone being ravaged by Boko Haram insurgents.

The growing inhabitants, in line with Mohammed, is overstretching the state’s infrastructure to the extent that colleges, roads, hospitals within the state have been subjected to extreme use.

“Bauchi is giant and surrounded by seven states. Our inhabitants is growing as a result of we’re the one solidarity defence; the sanctuary of peace inside the area that’s enveloped by terrorism. However we have now continued to offer succour and solace”

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“In doing that, our infrastructure has been overstretched. Our colleges can’t accommodate our folks, our roads have been deserted as a result of they’ve been subjected to extreme use and our hospitals have been deserted.

“That is the scenario we inherited and at present, we’re approaching this as a authorities, definitely and slowly, all of the dimensional challenges that we have now,” the governor instructed the stakeholders.

He disclosed that 1.4 million youngsters within the state are out of faculty as a consequence of components various from lack of satisfactory school rooms to oldsters’ lack of ability to ship them to high school.

“Bauchi State has 1.4 million out of faculty youngsters. A few of them are unable to go to high school due to the shortage of school rooms and their dad and mom can’t afford to ship them to high school.

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“That’s the reason we’re rebuilding all our main colleges which were deserted for a few years. We’re constructing new ones. At this time, we have now over 300 new colleges and renovated 500 within the state.

“That is the way in which to go, to point out that there’s a new strategy,” he determined.

Despite these challenges, the governor restated his dedication to offering employment for the teeming youth.

In accordance with him, to have the ability to do that, his administration is releasing sources to create extra job alternatives, declaring that he has the youth in thoughts and is able to work with them.

He, nonetheless, referred to as on youths within the state to be good residents and eschew all types of criminality.

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