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APC stakeholders rally behind Governor Zulum’s legacy, call for sustainability and community engagement

The APC Community Mobilization Forum, a support group of the All Progressives Congress (APC), held a one-day stakeholders’ dialogue session in Maiduguri to commemorate Governor Babagana Umara Zulum’s one-year anniversary of his second term in office. The session, themed “Sustaining the Momentum,” aimed to promote, protect, and sustain the governor’s legacy.

The event, which took place at the El-Kanemi Hall of Ramat Polytechnic, brought together various stakeholders, including community leaders, religious leaders, youths, women, and civil society organizations. The forum provided a platform for stakeholders to discuss ways to support and sustain Governor Zulum’s achievements.

A communique was issued at the end of the stakeholders’ dialogue, highlighting Governor Zulum’s achievements and suggesting ways to promote sustainability. The communique emphasized the need for awareness campaigns to educate citizens on the significance of government projects and programs.

A cross section of participants at one-day stakeholders’ dialogue session in Maiduguri to commemorate Governor Babagana Umara Zulum’s one-year anniversary of his second term in office.
Stakeholders also called for sensitization on the benefits of sustainability, particularly in the areas of water supply, environmental sanitation, and hygiene. They advocated for inclusive educational programs, scholarships, and sponsorship for primary, secondary, and tertiary students.

The keynote speaker, Dr. Ali Yaumi, a former Executive Chairman of Magumeri LGA and senior lecturer at the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID), elaborated on Governor Zulum’s 10-point agenda and its successful implementation.

He showcased achievements in education, health, roads, housing, poverty alleviation, skills acquisition, agriculture, resettlement of IDPs, and human capital development.

The coordinator of the forum, Aliyu Mohammed, emphasized the need for continued support and rallied stakeholders to work together to make Borno State a model of development.

He urged political, community, and religious leaders to mobilize their members to contribute to the sustainability of facilities and amenities provided.

The panel discussion featured representatives from various sectors, including Ambassador Comrade Bulama Abiso, Dr. Zainab Challumbe, Malam Galadima, and Malam Goni. They shared their insights and suggestions for sustaining Governor Zulum’s legacy.

Goodwill messages were delivered by Ambassador U. Usman and others, commending the organizers and panel discussants for their contributions. They assured of more workshops and seminars to address pressing issues in Maiduguri city.

The event ended with a resolution to support and encourage Governor Zulum to continue his good work, with stakeholders committing to work together to ensure the continued development and progress of Borno State.

Overall, the stakeholders demonstrated their commitment to supporting Governor Zulum’s vision and working together to ensure the continued development and progress of Borno State.

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