Adamawa Senator Unveils Four Vital Projects In Lamza Community

The Lamza community in Guyuk LGA of Adamawa State celebrated a transformative moment as Senator Binos Dauda Yaroe, representing Adamawa Southern Senatorial District, unveiled four crucial projects aimed at enhancing the lives of the community’s residents.

The commissioning ceremony witnessed the inauguration of the Lamza Police Outpost, an Industrial Water Borehole, the Lamza Road, and the Tuesday Market. Additionally, the foundation stone was laid for a Modern Maternity Clinic, amid vibrant cultural performances that captivated the audience comprising dignitaries and government officials.

Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri hailed the occasion as historic, emphasizing the tangible impact these initiatives have brought to the people of Adamawa State. Represented by Hon. Wunfe B. Anthony, the Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Development, the Governor applauded Senator Binos and Chief Emmanuel Ishaku Lamza for placing Lamza on the development map of Adamawa through the provision of essential amenities.

Governor Fintiri underscored the significance of individual contributions to community development, acknowledging Senator Binos Yaroe’s commitment as a testament to the promise of democratic dividends made during political campaigns.

In his address, Senator Binos Dauda Yaroe reaffirmed his dedication to fulfilling promises made during campaign tours across the district, emphasizing his commitment to providing infrastructure that uplifts constituents’ livelihoods. He highlighted the inspiration drawn from Governor Fintiri’s infrastructural strides in Adamawa State as a driving force behind his own contributions.

Speaking on the foundation stone laying of the Modern Maternity Clinic, Senator Binos stressed the importance of prioritizing healthcare, citing it as a cornerstone of his agenda. He expressed gratitude to Chief Emmanuel Ishaku Lamza for their successful partnership, hinting at more collaborations aimed at delivering democratic dividends to the masses.

Acknowledging the support received, Senator Binos reiterated his determination to continue providing essential amenities, assuring the people of Adamawa Southern Senatorial District of sustained development efforts.

Royal Majesty, Sir (Dr) Kuruhaye Dishon Dansanda II, lauded Senator Binos Yaroe for the transformative projects, expressing optimism about their positive impact on rural inhabitants. He credited Senator Binos and Chief Emmanuel Ishaku Lamza for turning the village of Lamza into a thriving town, showcasing the power of collaborative efforts in community development.

Chief Emmanuel Ishaku Lamza, in his remarks, lauded Senator Binos for his open-door policy and recognized the pivotal role played by political representatives in actualizing developmental projects. He praised Senator Binos’ positive contributions and expressed pride in their association.

Rt. Hon. Bathiya Wesley, the Speaker of Adamawa State House of Assembly, emphasized the historic significance of the commissioned 11.5km road network, acknowledging Senator Binos and Chief Lamza’s efforts in enhancing livelihoods.

The ceremony, graced by various government officials, witnessed cultural displays, music performances, and a horse parade, underscoring the celebration of progress and development in Lamza.