Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku of Taraba state, today crossed the Gada Mayo to reach the remote areas in the state (Warwar, Vakude, Mbamnga amongst others). The governor visited the rural area along side his deputy Engr Haruna Manu and other members of his entourage.

The governor who was in the local government for a one week working visit decided to get to the areas.

Taraba state has been govern by three civilian governors since it inception and non was able to visit this areas because of if difficulties to access but today Governor Ishaku has broken the Jinx, according to reports.

The Governor speaking said he has yet recorded another milestone in the journey of his Rescue mission, just as the saying goes Health is wealth , that has propelled him to the renovation and equipping of the Warwar General hospital. He said Warwar General hospital is among the best hospitals in his list of priorities and today he is fulfilled that the hospital will not only take care of the health challenges of the people but will also bring reduction of major health challenges.

The Governor promised to deploy more health workers to the hospital and also add more machines to help solve major cases. He said the state Executive council has approved the purchase and deploy of more equipment in other to make the hospital a serve center for the towns and neighboring villages.

Darius thanked the Rt Hon Speaker (Abel Peter Diah) whom he called his good Ally for keying into the rescue mission fully and doing his own quota to ease the challenges of the people

The Governor immediately ordered for an Etisalat subscribers to get to work and mount a Mask which will generate service to the entire village and neighboring villages.The Governor also donated an Ambulance for the Hospital and a Bally bridge for the river.

The Governor thanked the people of the area for the confidence reposed on him and his government and pleaded with them to vote him again come 2019 so that more development will in turn be delivered to them.

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