Fofure/Gurin: Adamawa citizens rain praises as Lawmaker distributes thousand bags of grains, others

It was a great celebration and many voices chanted praises to Hon (Barr) Ismaila Umar Daware, the Member representing the Fofure/Gurin constituency in the Adamawa State House of Assembly as he distributed thousands of food and non-food items to them.

The Adamawa citizens who are indigenes of Fofure and Gurin representing the seven wards of the Constituency in Fofure local government area of the state rain praises to Daware for giving them assorted grains, Herbicides, Injector sprayers, and baking machines.

They rain showers of blessings attesting no of his predecessors has done what is doing and glad he is representing them well in the hallow chambers of the state Assembly.

Aliyu Gurin responded to Daware's gesture, describing a succour that came at the nick of time from above to salvage them from the excruciating hunger they are going through because of the dwindling economy the country wis experiencing.

According to him, Daware has proven beyond reasonable doubt that is a humanist and a de-tribalized personality who is after the well-being of his people.

Adamu Garbajo Jika also described Daware as the jewel of the savannah of their constituency whose time to shine has come and shining radiantly in all the villages of Fofure and Gurin constituency with his good works.

According to Garbajo, Daware has on countless times done community service work providing electricity, and facilitating telecom masks in some communities silently and the gesture is becoming talk of the town, attracting him many blessings.

He said Daware even as an opposition lawmaker of the All Progressives Congress (APC) remains a burden bearer and a lifter of people's worries in the constituency.
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While wishing him success and greater breakthroughs in his legislative functions, he assured him of their unrelenting support from now on up to the 2027 election period and they will pay him back handsomely.

Daware thanked them for believing in him, he said the gesture was a symbol of the better representation he promised them during his campaign days and vowed to live for his campaign promises.

He called on them to judiciously distribute them in fairness and inclusion of all people irrespective of religion, tribe, and political parties.

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