“… as he inspects projects, interface with constituents, condoles some bereaved families…”

The Deputy Speaker, Nasarawa State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Muhammad Adamu Oyanki, says that he has revived four transformers in his constituency to address electricity problems faced by his people.

The Lawmaker also carried out grading of some street roads and remodeling some clinics as well as sinking boreholes across his constituency all aimed at improving on the standard of living of his people.

The Deputy Speaker disclosed this while touring journalists round different projects sites he initiated in his constituency in Doma LGA today.

Hon Oyanki (PDP Doma North) said that the outing was also to enable him inspect the projects while assuring of more of his interventions for the people.

” I have remodeled different clinics as well as sank boreholes and grade roads in my constituency

” This is a home coming and I am also here today for condolences, to sympathize with some people of my constituency over the deaths of their family members

“I am able to revive four transformers as electricity is very important. You need light to survive as far as I am concerned and especially to enhance businesses

” Businesses need light to thrive.

” I am working on some roads in my constituency by grading them

” As some clinics have been remodeled in my constituency in order to improve on the health status of my people, he said.

The Deputy Speaker assured the youths and other people of his constituency of empowerment and other projects in order to better their standard of living.

” Youth development and value addition is our watch words, that is why my slogan remains, Trust The Process” he said.

He also urged the people of his constituency to continue to keep trust in him, adding that he would continue to do his best for them.

” I want to urge my people to continue to support me, keep trusting me as I will continue to do my best for them,” he added.

Responding , Mr Agabi Samuel, Deputy Chairmen, National Youth Council of Nigeria, Doma Chapter and Mr Saidu Omame, a resident of Doma appreciated Hon Oyanki for coming to their aid and prayed God to bless him abundantly.

The Deputy Speaker solicited for the support of his people to enable him succeed.

He assured the people of his constituency of more dividends of democracy.

It would be reported that some of the projects visited included 500KVA transformer at Rice Mill Tudu Laraba, rehabilitation of Govt College Street Road, Alhaji Abubakar Mairobo street, all among others.

In a related development, the Deputy Speaker Rt. Hon Muhammad Adamu Oyanki paid a condolence visits on some families in Doma LGA today.

Hon Oyanki condoled the family of late Prince Ibrahim Yahaya, son to late Commissioner of Police, Mr Yahaya Ari over his death in Doma today.

The Deputy Speaker urged the family to take solace in God and prayed God to forgive his shortcomings and grant him eternal rest.

Responding on behalf of the family, Mrs Mairo Yahaya, appreciated the Deputy Speaker for identifying with them at their trial moment and prayed God to bless him abundantly.

Mrs Yahaya urged the Deputy Speaker to carry everybody along irrespective of ethnic and religious affiliations while discharging his duties.

Mairo Yahaya also urged the lawmaker to provide quality and purposeful leadership.

The Deputy Speaker also condoled with the family Alhaji Ali Enugu over the death of his son, Jibrin Ali in Doma LGA.

The Deputy Speaker urged them to see his death as an act of God.

Responding, Alhaji Ali Enugu, the father to the deceased appreciated Hon Oyanki for the visit and prayed God to bless him abundantly.

The Deputy Speaker further condoled with Mr Ibrahim Yaro over the death of his wife, Latana Ibrahim where he appreciated the Deputy Speaker for the condolence.

The Deputy Speaker condoled with with the family of Mr Yusuf Abubakar over his death in Doma LGA where the family appreciated him for the visit.

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