Wamakko donates 300KVA electricity Transformer to Kware LG
In an effort to see People in the rural areas enjoyed the Devidents of Democracy the Chairman Senate Committee on Defence and Deputy Chairman, Senate Committee on Anti Corruption, Senator Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko, has donated a 300KVA Electricity Transformer to some communities domiciled in Kware Town, Headquarters of Kware Local Government of Sokoto State.
In a statement Signed by Bashir Rabe Mani, Dan Masanin Mani, Senior Special Assistant ( SSA), Media and Publicity, to
Senator Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko, revealed that.
The benefiting communities of the benevolent gesture of the former Governor of Sokoto State are, Kofar Yamma, Fegi, Tarawa and Gandu.
The communities had suffered electricity black out for nearly two years, sequel to the break down of the transformer serving their areas, hithertos .
The obnoxious situation had brought untold hardship to the affected residents , with their myriad of sovioeco activities completely paralyzed .
According to the Arrowhead for the search for the new Transformer, former Member of the Sokoto State House of Assembly, who represented Kware Constituency, Hon. Kabiru Ibrahim Kware, that they decided to solicit for the donation of the transformer from Senator Wamakko, as they had waited for the concerned State Government Authorities to come to their aid, but , to no avail .
Hon. Kabiru Kware,said ” We are extremely elated and appreciative to Senator Wamakko , as with his magmamity , we have heaved a sigh of relief that is going to give us chances to move our normal businesses day and night”.
” Consequently, our lives will now bounce back and socioeconomic activities will again spring up,hence , alleviate the suffering of the residents .
” We have nothing to say or do than sincerely commend Senator Wamakko for his milk of human kindness towards us and fervently pray to the Almighty Allah reward him abundantly .”
It could be recalled that, Wamakko, who represents Sokoto North Senatorial District had extended similar gestures to several communities across the state , with the donation of no fewer than five of such transformers .