Governor Ishaku reaffirms commitment to rural development – The Sun Nigeria

Sylvanus Viashima, Jalingo

Taraba State Governor Darius Ishaku reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to ensuring that development is supported in every part of the state, especially in rural areas that have suffered neglect over the years.

The Governor made the commitment in Jalingo during the Stakeholder Awareness Workshop on Relaunching COVID-19 Action and Economic Stimulation of Taraba State (TS-CARES).

He said that through the parent agency, the Community and Social Development Project (CSDP), the state government has already met the basic needs of most communities in the state, including the provision of portable water, electricity, bridges, classrooms and many other infrastructures.

“I must say that I am delighted to launch this new phase of massive rural development and recovery from the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our beloved state.

“The global COVID-19 pandemic has indeed rocked the entire world and continued to wreak havoc on people and economies around the world. Taraba State and Nigeria are no exception. As a state, through early strategic planning, we have been able to contain the spread of the virus to a very large extent. However, the effects of the pandemic on the lives of our people are simply devastating. As a government, we remain absolutely determined to ensure that we improve the lot of the people as much as possible and will support any initiative to that end.

“I urge you to take this training seriously and to be steadfast in the implementation of the program. I assure you that I will personally keep an eye on the implementation to make sure that things are done correctly for the greater good of our people, ”he said.

Previously, the interim Director General of the PSDC Mr. Bala Wilfred Bandawa said that the essence of the training was “that the agency unveils the packages of this new program to the partner stakeholders of this development movement in order to prepare you and get involved in every step of the process”.

During his presentation, Bandawa noted that the objectives of the program include “to improve access to services for human development, to improve access for the poor, especially the displaced and vulnerable, and to empower communities, gender and vulnerable groups to finance, implement, monitor and maintain sustainable and socially inclusive development ”, among many others.

In his message of good will, the President of the State of the Civil Society Organization in Taraba, Mr. Joseph Gimba, assured the direction of the PSDC of its full cooperation to ensure the success of the program in all its ramifications. in the state.
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