Nasarawa State Government has introduced brand new buses to cushion the transport difficulties being faced by the people of the state.

The buses which will operate on Compressed Natural Gas, CNG were part of the palliative measures introduced by Governor Abdullahi Sule.

Governor Abdullahi Sule said the state government is committed to providing succor to the people of the state due to the current economic hardship, hence measures adopted to ameliorate their difficulty.

He highlighted that apart from the monthly stipend being paid to workers at the state and local governments, and the provision of palliative to the people of the state including the students, his administration is also injecting into the transport system a number of CNG buses to address the transport difficulty being experienced.

The event also covered the area of security as the Governor announced the procurement of Hilux vans among other gadgets to enhance the services being rendered by security operatives in the state.

Also provided with brand new jeeps are six traditional rulers recently promoted to first class and their counterparts in the second class, just as Nasarawa United Football Club and Nasarawa Amazon were presented with new buses.

While Sector Two Commander of Operations Whirl Stroke, Colonel Hassan Jahun appreciated Governor Sule for his commitment to the well-being of the people, Chairmen of the thirteen Local Government Councils who made their position known through the State ALGON Chairman who doubles as the Chairman of Lafia Government Council, Aminu Mu’azu Maifata noted the Governor’s persistence on mitigating the current economic hardship.

The Commitment of Governor Sule towards the plight of the people of the state was reemphasized at the College of Education Akwanga as two thousand students benefited from four thousand bags of seven point five kilograms of rice and a token of five thousand naira.

Explaining that the measure was extended to the institution because of his commitment to addressing the plight of students of the college, the Governor said his administration is not resting on its oars in addressing the needs of the College of Education among other institutions of learning.

The state Commissioner for Special Duties, Humanitarian Services and NGOs, Princess Margaret Elayo used the avenue to encourage the students to acquire vocational skills that will support them in life.

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