Hon. Omar Bio facilitates the construction of another block of classrooms in the Ningurume community

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•completes classroom construction in the communities of Yanrin, Kenu, Bode, Kero, Venra, and Gwanagiji.

On the 7th of April 2022, the Prudent Watch got a report signed by the Voba Media, that the indigenes and residents of Ningurume community of Gwanara ward in Baruten LGA of Kwara State were thrown into uncontrollable excitement as engineers arrived project site to commence the construction of a block of classrooms with staff office and units of modern toilets sited at Banaburonu Secondary School, Ningurume.

The construction of classroom project which was facilitated by the lawmaker representing Baruten/Kaiama Federal Constituency at the Green Chamber of the National Assembly has thrown the members of the Ningurume community into frantic enthusiasms with the chants of “Sai Abin Bio”, “Sai APC”, “4 + 4”, “2nd term, In Sha Allah”.

Reacting to the gesture is the Village Head of Ningurume community, Mallam Ishiak Lafia Suno-Tamu, who asserts that voting Hon. Abin Bio and others in APC in the 2019 general election was the best decision ever, noting that the lawmaker discerns the needs of the people he represents.

“We are not politicians and we need to apply caution when making political remarks. But then, honour should be given those whom it is due. It is our duty as royal fathers to encourage our people who are striving hard to see us grow as a people,” Sunotamu said.

“This project is first of its kind in a decade. Hon. Abin Bio is a grassrooter. He understands the needs of his constituents and he does not make empty promises. He has proven that he’s a man of his words, man of esteem values, standard with integrity and uncommon political breed. He has proven that he’s not in Abuja for himself and he’s genuinely reciprocating the love shown to him by the common people in the society,” he added.

“On behalf of the royal house and the entire good people of Ningurume community, I thank the facilitator of this project, Hon. Abin Bio, and wishing him all the best in his political sojourn,” the monarch noted.

Also reacted was the principal of the school where the project was sited, Miss Bojuro Rachael, who, in jubilant mood, also poured encomium on the lawmaker, adding that the project, at completion will provides a great relief to the both the teachers and students of the school.

“The facilitator of this project truly understands the needs of his people and the best approach in satisfying their insatiable needs in terms of project. This project is one too many. This is the first of its kind. No such project has been executed by government since my appointment in this school. The project, at completion, will provide a great succour to both the teachers and the students,” the principal said.

“Hon. Omar Bio truly understands the primary purpose of representation. I’m not praise-singing but fairly extolling the virtues of the facilitator. On behalf of the management, staff and students of the school, we are grateful to this giant project. May Allah reward his enthusing responses to his constituency’s arduous concerns,” she added.

In his reactions, a youth of the community and a very strong advocate of the VOTE OMAR BIO AGAIN, VOBA 2023, Comr. Abubakar Ayuba, who could not hide his enthusiasm on the project noted that the gesture is a restoration of hope and revival of the confidence of the people of Ningurume, charging the lawmaker not to relent on his good works.

“It is of high relevance to note that this project is a restoration of the hope and the revival of the confidence of the people in Ningurume community. We commend Hon. Abin Bio and charging him not to relent on his good works as evidenced in almost every community across the constituency. Like the Oliver Twist, we expect more, despite the several requests on his table,” Ayuba said.

“This project, which, to us in Ningurume, is described as representation at its best, is highly appreciated especially coming at this critical time when the state and local government resources are understandably stretched as a result of global oil crisis and partly occasioned by the effects of the global pandemic (COVID-19) that threatens the entire human race,” he added.

On his part, the lawmaker’s contact person for Gwanara District and Gwanara District Coordinator for the Abin Bio Political Vanguard, Mallam Issa Mohammed (Issa Docky), expressed satisfaction with the development, assuring Ningurume community of more dividends of democracy while urging them to sustain their support for the lawmaker, the Gov. AA’s led state government and the broom party, APC.

“The selection of Ningurume community is a commendable gesture. I was told that the project is time-bound and we hope that work on the site continues on the speed with which it starts to be able to deliver the project on time. I am one of the happiest people on this project. More are coming, In Sha Allah,” Issa said.

“Hon. Abin Bio doesn’t price patronage cheaply neither does he dabble his integrity. He understands the needs of every community across the constituency. He appreciates stewardship and does not build a master-servant relationship like we used to know in the attitude of the previous occupiers of the office. Every constituent is his friend and he treats every party wo(man) as his associates. If the past leaders had demonstrated half a love of what the current political leaders are showing to the people, there’s no doubts that the society would be a better place for us all,” Issa Dorky added.

Others who spoke also paid glowing tributes to the federal legislator for his uncommon commitment to good governance and responsive representation at the Green Chamber of the National Assembly, stressing that the lawmaker has been selfless in his service to humanity. They pledged their unalloyed loyalty to lawmaker, the governor and the “yirun igberu”, APC.

Meanwhile, the lawmaker has completed the constructions of a block of 2 classrooms, with staff office, 4 units of modern toilets and modernised furniture and fittings each at Yanrin, Kenu, Bode, Kero, Gwanagiji and Venra communities of Baruten and Kamaia LGAs.

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