Traditional ruler showers accolades on caretaker committee over projects

The Traditional ruler of Takad Chiefdom, Agwam Takad in Kaura Local Government Area of Kaduna state, Mr Tobias Nkom Wada has showered accolades on the Caretaker Committee of the Local Government over impact created in the Chiefdom.

The Royal Father who gave the commendation on Thursday at the Local Government Secretariat during a 'Thank you visit' said the Chiefdom had never had it so good.

Mr Nkom Wada identified projects executed by the Caretaker Committee under Dr Katukah Bege Ayuba to include a Box culvert at Tachira, a bridge and a borehole at Fadan Attakar and a Police outpost at Zangang village, all carried out in the past one year.

The Traditional ruler also expressed gratitude to the APC led administration of Kaduna state under Governor Nasir Ahmad El-Rufa'i for appointing one of their own, Barrister James Kanyip as Deputy Chief of Staff, Government House, Kaduna.

Responding, the Caretaker Committee Chairman, Dr Katukah Bege Ayuba who appreciated the visit said the Committee will continue to address genuine needs of the people to give them a sense of belonging.

Dr Katukah said the greatest achievement attained by the Committee was the ability to convince the people of Kaura that the Local Government could surmount their basic challenges against the impression created by past administrations.

In another development, the Moslem community in the Local Government has given the Chairman, Dr Katukah Bege a pat on the back for assistance rendered to its members during the Eid-El-Fitr celebration.

The Moslems, under the auspices of Jama'atu Nasril Islam, JNI, made their feelings known when they paid a courtesy visit to the Chairman in his office at the Council Secretariat complex, Kaura on Thursday.

The JNI chairman, Alhaji Kasimu Abubakar described Dr Katukah as a detribalized leader that cares for all manner of people.

Alhaji Abubakar encouraged the Caretaker Committee Chairman to keep up the good works to foster unity and give a sense of belonging to all irrespective of existing differences.

He however appealed to the Local Government authority to assist in roofing an Islamiya school, built by JNI to help in impacting good morals on children.

In his response, Dr Katukah Bege Ayuba who appreciated the visit said the Committee will continue to place priority on peaceful coexistence to increase the pace of development of the area.

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