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Governor Zulum of Borno State will construct new hospitals and schools.


Damboa Governor Babagana Umara Zulum visited the communities of Garjang and Damboa town, both of which are located in the southern section of Borno State’s Damboa Local Government Area, on Thursday.

During the visit, Zulum gave the order to build a new general hospital for Damboa township because the existing hospital is currently being used as a makeshift shelter by internally displaced people (IDPs).

As you may see, internally displaced people are residing on the hospital grounds.

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Therefore, we will build a new hospital complex around the current one so that it will continue to act as an extension long after the IDPs leave and provide medical services for the expanding population’s requirements.

stated Zulum.

Zulum also gave his approval for the renovation of Damboa’s Government Secondary School, which was devastated by Boko Haram militants.

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Governor Babagana Umara Zulum visited Damboa town before going to Garjang, another settlement in the Damboa Local Government Area.

The Governor gave his approval for the fence and rebuilding of two elementary schools.

The names of the institutions are Garjang Central Primary and Junior Secondary School and Garjang Community Integrated Primary School.

Zulum evaluated student performance and gave the go-ahead for the hiring of additional teachers from among the locals who met the necessary credentials.

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The Governor traveled to Garjang with Professor Baba Mallam Gana, a Garjang native and urologist practicing in the UK.

Other members of the governor’s entourage included Dr. Ali Umar Bashir, a project coordinator for the Multi-Crisis Recovery Project (MCRP) of the World Bank, and Engr. Ibrahim Idriss, the previous Special Adviser on Monitoring and Evaluation.


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