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Niger Governor To Facilitate The Establishment Of Tertiary Institution In Suleja Emirate

Written by Pyramid FM Kano

From: MUHAMMAD ADAMU ABUBAKAR

Niger State Governor Mohammed Umar Bago has said that his administration will ensure the establishment of tertiary institutions in Suleja Emirate.

The Governor stated this at the grand celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the Emir of Zazzau Suleja on the throne, held at his palace in Suleja.

Alh Mohammed Umar Bago who decried the absence of a single tertiary institution in Suleja emirate however said he will work closely with lawmakers from the Emirate to ensure both Federal and State high institutions are established in the emirate to meet the educational needs of the people of the emirate.

While assuring the people of his administration’s determination to execute people-oriented projects in the Emirate, the Governor announced that the groundbreaking for the construction of roads in Suleja will be done in the next thirty days.

The Governor further stated that every effort will be made to ensure the provision of portable and safe drinking water to the people of Suleja and environs to reap the dividend of democracy.

Alh Umar Bago who expressed gratitude to Allah for the life of Emir of Zazzau Suleja described him as a father, mentor and great teacher who is very patient with all, and wished him continuous good health, and peace in his reign.

In his remarks, the Emir of Zazzau Suleja, Malam Muhammadu Awwal Ibrahim appreciated Allah for the life and wisdom to lead his subjects in the last thirty years.

The Emir appealed to Niger State government for more infrastructural development in the Emirate and initiatives that will empower the teaming youths not only in the emirate but the state as a whole

Chairman of the occasion and Emir of Lafia, Justice Sidi Bage who recounted the long-standing cordial relationship that has existed between the Lafia Emirate and the Suleja Emirate however observed that Allah has been so gracious to the Emir of Zazzau Suleja and then prayed for a long life and more successful years on the throne.

The cultural event which attracted traditional leaders both from within and outside the state climaxed with a mini Durbar; the procession of adorned horses and their riders, hunters, and cultural troops, among others displaying.

 

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