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Unveiled: Read What the Caretaker Chairman of Jalingo LGA Told a Reporter About Governor Darius Ishaku’s Administration

The caretaker Chairman of Jalingo Local Government Area Nasiru Boboji has task the people of Jalingo Local Government Area to support the present leadership of Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku.

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He made this known in an exclusive interview while speaking with our reporter in Jalingo.

He stated that Jalingo is the first beneficiary of the Governor’s developmental initiatives hence the need to accord him much support to continue benefiting from the Rescue Agenda.

The CTC Jalingo enumerated the provision of water, electricity, road construction, youth empowerment programmes, provision of computers to the students of Taraba state University and prompt payment of salaries as a true test on the integrity of his leadership style towards development of the state.

He commended the governor for establishing the Grassroots development team as it will go a long way in encouraging local participation and give voice to the voiceless mostly the rural dwellers who had been relegated to the background over the years.

He recommended the training and sensitization of the grass-root team to know how government operates for effective delivery of the good intention of the government towards carrying everybody along in governance.

Nasiru Boboji also commended staff of the Jalingo local Government Council who always report for work and urged them to maintain the spirit.

He maintained that since he assumed duty he always report to office by 8am and close by 4pm, claiming that this has been a booster to staff of the council.

The Caretaker Chairman who decline to speak on Local Government autonomy promised to speak at the appropriate time and called on people of the state to embrace peace in order to reap more dividends of democracy.

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