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Buni inaugurates N2.4bn Gashua ultra-modern market

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 Gov Mai Mala Buni of Yobe on Saturday inaugurated the Gashua ultra modern market constructed at the cost of over N2 4 billion Speaking at the occasion in Gashua Buni said that the market would boost commercial activities create jobs and enhance income generation He listed the structures in the market to include 505 shops administrative block mosque refuse bank perimeter fencing internal roads drains water facility banks fire station and police outpost As you are aware the Gashua Market is one of the four modern markets this administration is constructing with others in Nguru Damaturu and Potiskum The state government has also awarded the contract for the construction of another one in Geidam I am glad that we have completed the Gashua and Nguru markets while that of Damaturu and Potiskum are at advanced stages of completion This market is already registered as a limited liability company with a full fledged Board of Directors The day to day running of the market is to be conducted by a General Manager to be supported by Management Staff Buni said The governor charged the board and management of the market to work in harmony to ensure proper utilization of all the facilities I wish to draw your attention to taking all necessary measures in preventing leakages in the revenue collection drive and ensure that all revenues generated go into government coffers he said Buni announced that the market had been named after Senate President Ahmed Lawan a native of Gashua in recognition of his invaluable contribution to the development of the state Similarly the governor named the main road from the City Centre Roundabout to the College of Education in Gashua as Umar Suleiman Way In his remarks Lawan thanked Buni for the honour saying it would spur him to attract more development projects to the state He announced a donation of N200 million to 400 traders in Yobe North Senatorial District through his SAIL Foundation to expand their businesses The senate president commended the governor for prudent management of the state s resources NewsSourceCredit NAN
Buni inaugurates N2.4bn Gashua ultra-modern market

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Gov. Mai Mala Buni of Yobe on Saturday inaugurated the Gashua ultra-modern market constructed at the cost of over N2.4 billion.

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Speaking at the occasion in Gashua, Buni said that the market would boost commercial activities, create jobs and enhance income generation.

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He listed the structures in the market to include 505 shops, administrative block, mosque, refuse bank, perimeter fencing, internal roads, drains, water facility, banks, fire station and police outpost.

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Gashua Market

“As you are aware, the Gashua Market is one of the four modern markets this administration is constructing, with others in Nguru, Damaturu and Potiskum.

“The state government has also awarded the contract for the construction of another one in Geidam.

Gashua and Nguru

“I am glad that we have completed the Gashua and Nguru markets, while that of Damaturu and Potiskum are at advanced stages of completion.

Board of Directors

“This market is already registered as a limited liability company with a full-fledged Board of Directors.

General Manager

“The day-to-day running of the market is to be conducted by a General Manager to be supported by Management Staff,” Buni said.

The governor charged the board and management of the market to work in harmony to ensure proper utilization of all the facilities.

“I wish to draw your attention to taking all necessary measures in preventing leakages in the revenue collection drive and ensure that all revenues generated go into government coffers,” he said.

Senate President

Buni announced that the market had been named after Senate President, Ahmed Lawan, a native of Gashua, in recognition of his invaluable contribution to the development of the state.

City Centre Roundabout

Similarly, the governor named the main road from the City Centre Roundabout to the College of Education in Gashua as Umar Suleiman Way.
In his remarks, Lawan thanked Buni for the honour, saying it would spur him to attract more development projects to the state.

Yobe North Senatorial District

He announced a donation of N200 million to 400 traders in Yobe North Senatorial District through his SAIL Foundation, to expand their businesses.

The senate president commended the governor for prudent management of the state’s resources.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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