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Senator Dadu'ut extend solar street lights project to college of Agriculture Garkawa

By Golok Nanmwa, Jos 

Senator Nora Ladi Dadu'ut (APC Plateau South ) has extended her solar streetlights project to the college of agriculture Garkawa in Mikang local government council of the state.

Dadu'ut who represents Plateau South  senatorial district  noted that so many rural communities in Plateau South would benefit from this project.

Our correspondent reports that similar installations of solar street lights have already been installed in Quanpan , Shendam and lately Mikang.

The Senator said “I have decided to install the street lights in order to reduce the security challenge of my constituents,” she said.

Senator Dadu’ut however enjoined the benefiting communities to safeguard the solar lights jealously in their interest and for the overall development of their respective areas.

She also urged communities that are yet to benefit from the project to be patient, while expressing her determination to extend the gesture to them.“The project will be in phases and will cut across other areas that have not benefitted .

Prof Dadu’ut assured the people of her constituency of quality representation that would improve their standard of living.

She solicited for continued support and prayers from all and sundry to enable her succeed in the task ahead.

“I would continue to put the interest of my constituents first and i urge us all to be our brothers keeper and stay peacefully with one another at all times, she added.

It could be recalled that recently the Senator completed some blocks of class rooms in Quanpan and similar projects would soon be extended to Langtang North, Langtang South and Wase local government councils .


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