A people’s Democratic Party support group, known as PDP Loyal Group 100 percent on Sunday commended senator Emmanuel Bwacha for sponsoring a motion for the inclusion of Taraba in the rehabilitation and reconstruction programme targeted at states in the northeast.
Leader of the group, Comrade Dennis Shima made the commendation when he led members of the group to pay a courtesy call on the senator in his residence in Jalingo.
Shima said Sen. Emmanuel Bwacha deserves commendation because with his motion on the floor of the senate, drawing the attention of the senate and Nigerians on the situation in Taraba, the state is now being considered in the rehabilitation and reconstruction programme of the federal government.
The group during the visit passed a vote of confidence on the senator as an ambassador of peace and for his unflinching support to governor Darius Ishaku’s administration and urged him and the governor to sustain their mutual relationship for peace and development of the state.
“We will appreciate if you would extend your good gesture to the youth by empowering them to become useful people in the society,” the group appealed.
Responding, senator Bwacha thanked the youth group for recognizing his efforts, adding that he was elected to represent the people and the motion he sponsored was part of his responsibility as a lawmaker.
He called on the youth to look inward and see how they can develop themselves to become self reliant and not to depend on government jobs that are not readily available.
The senator noted that Taraba was endowed with a lot of potential and called on the youth to explore the God given potential of the state to develop themselves and the society.
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