Laori commissions block of 3 classroom in Kwah

Laori while commissioning the block of three classrooms.
Laori while commissioning the block of three classrooms.

Laori commissions block of 3 classroom in Kwah

From Shafi’u Saleh

In fulfillment of his campaign promise to the people of Kwah Community in Lamurde LGA of Adamawa State, the member Representing Demsa/Numan/Lamurde Federal Constituency has commissioned a block of 3 classrooms and donated furniture.

It was a day the people of Kwah had anxiously waited for as they rolled out the drums to receive Rt. Hon. Kwamoti for keeping to his campaign promise, an act many described as uncommon with politicians.

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Welcomed by an array of colorful traditional dancers and youth groups, the lawmaker was received by the visibly elated traditional ruler Kpan Bah, Chief Nixon Tamuna.

During this occasion, Rt. Hon. Kwamoti was recognized as Vipion Kwah translated as the Shade of Kwah by the Kpan Bah for providing the building where children can be educated without being affected by rain of sunlight.

In his speech member Kwamoti B. La’ori, thanked God for giving him the opportunity to fulfill his promise to the people during the election campaign and said that it was not his ability, he promised to continue serving the people.

La’ori also urged the public to continue to support Governor Ahamdu Umaru Fintiri’s plans to ensure peace coexisting, adding that “if you get information, inform the government to take action on time”.

Honorable Kwamoti La’ori also promised to convey the message of the management of the highway as requested by the people of the area to the relevant authorities.

A symbolic part of this event is the presentation of a decorated spear to the lawmaker by Kpan Bah for self-defense and for hunting more democracy dividends to the people of Kwah and the area.

Concerned about teaching Staff deficit in the School, Rt. Hon. Kwamoti promised to engage an ad-hoc staff for a stipend, from among Kwah youth to fill the gap.

Hon. Kwamoti reassured the people of his resolve to continue to bring democracy dividends to positively impact lives and livelihood without leaving out any Ward in the 3 LGAs he represents.

Speaking at the event the head teacher of the school, Salome Nicoderius, expressed happiness and praised the member for the construction of classrooms, just as she complained about the lack of teachers in the school.

Also speaking at the event the king of Kwah, Mr Nickson Tamuna, described the member as a great gift from God to the people of Adamawa state, adding that “you have brought us a kindness that we will never forget. We ask that you use your position to see that the main road from Lamurde to Karim is repaired for us,” he said.

Also in his speech, the former chiarman of Lamurde local government Bulus Daniel, explained the politics of the member of house of Rips saying that it is something that politicians should learn from hem.

He said “if we politicians will imitate your kind of politics, then we will succeed. I myself am the beacon of my politics, I will continue to imitate you” he said.

The Adviser to the Governor of Adamawa State on UBEC, Hon. Justina Nkom; the Heads of Service – Lamurde and Demsa LGAs; Sole Administrator of Waduku State Development Area, Hon. Relester; former Council Chairmen of Lamurde LGA namely Hon. Bulus Daniel, Hilda Enias, Dimas Bello; community leaders and PDP stakeholders, too numerous to mention all graced the occasion offering goodwill.

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