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Destruction of infrastructure by Boko Haram monumental, can’t be rebuilt by state govt alone – Buni laments

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Yobe State Governor, Hon. Mai Mala Buni, has lamented that the destruction of infrastructure consequently of actions of insurgents all through the state was enormous and thereby cannot be rebuilt by the state authorities alone.

Buni, by his Spokesperson Mamman Mohammed in an announcement, raised the precedence on Thursday in Damaturu, whereas receiving officers and members of the Progressive Young Women Forum.

He acknowledged although the carnage inside the education sector was enormous, his authorities was determined to rejuvenate the sector.

According to him, that is the explanation the federal authorities inside the state organized an Education Trust Fund under a high-powered committee to assist in revitalizing the sector.

To receive this, Buni well-known that the federal authorities has renovated and constructed further buildings in lots of schools to decongest school college students at school rooms, whereas citing Arikime Primary School, Potiskum, as a classical occasion.

He moreover outlined that the federal authorities launched into teaching and retraining of lecturers to bolster their experience for further productiveness.

Similarly, Governor Buni acknowledged the healthcare sector will proceed to acquire authorities consideration to produce accessible and fairly priced healthcare provide to the people.

“One house that is receiving authorities consideration is wealth creation and monetary empowerment which covers every ladies and men.

“Government is currently working on a programme of massive intervention to provide youth with employment opportunities,” he acknowledged.

Destruction of infrastructure by Boko Haram enormous, can’t be rebuilt by state govt alone – Buni laments

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