Nasarawa lawmaker commissions borehole, donates street lights worth over N3.5m.


Member representing Lafia North constituency at the Nasarawa State House of Assembly, Hon Mohammed Ibrahim Alkali, has commissioned a borehole worth over N2, million.

Hon Alkali, who commissioned the borehole during his unit to unit campaign at Rafin Kudi in Keffi Wambai ward, said the project was embarked on in order to tackle problem of water scarcity and improve on their standard of living.

Alkali, who is the Deputy Chief Whip and Chairman, House Committee on Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs pledged continuous quality representation, if voted for another term.

The two term lawmaker also donated street lights to four communities worth over N1. 5 million just as he pledged to construct more boreholes across his constituency to tackle water problems among the rural dwellers.

He solicited for the support of the people of the constituency to enable him and Gov. Abdullahi Sule win the March 11th elections.

The lawmaker thanked the people of Rafin Kudi and all the polling units visited for the their turnout while assuring them of more democratic dividends, if voted for another term.

“I want to solicit for your support and the support of others to enable me and His Excellency, Gov Abdullahi Sule come out victorious come March 11th, 2023.

“I have done my best and still doing my best towards improving on your standard of living.

“I have initiated different projects such as health, education, water, employment, empowerment, assistance to the sick, less previlidge among others,” he said.

The member who pledged to do more if elected, called on the people of the constituency and others to vote Gov. Sule during the March 11th election.

The lawmaker urged the people of the constituency to vote peacefully during the election.

On their parts, the Ward Head of Rafin Kudi, Mr. Akwashiki Agum and the former Majority Leader, Lafia Local Government Legislative Council, Hon. Sunday Ali, have applauded the lawmaker for his benevolence and quality representation.

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