Kwamoti B Laori Commissions Block of Three Classrooms in Kodomti Ward, Numan

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By Shafi’u Saleh
In his effort to improve the infrastructure of education through his constituents, the member of parliament representing Demsa/Numan/Lamurde constituency in the federal parliament has launched a 3-classroom complex in Kodomti area of ​​Numan local government.
Speaking on Wednesday at the meeting, the member of parliament complained about the lack of infrastructure in the majority of the people of the constituency, where he stressed his determination to see that it is improved during his administration.
The member explained that a good learning environment is important for children’s lives, to carry out good learning.

After giving scholarships to students at different levels of education, the member stressed that with education comes freedom, promising to further intervene in the sector.
The Member of Parliament used this opportunity to express his gratitude for the support he received from the people of his constituency and promised that he will never disappoint them.
The people of Kodomti Ward, led by Ndewodi Kodomti and Ha Shaforon, were full of joy at the inauguration of the classroom building, they came out to show their gratitude to the Member of Parliament, they prayed to God to help the Member of Parliament succeed in all his efforts to improve the lives of his constituents.
The community of Kodomti, which excels in agriculture and fishing, presented a gift of one Katan fish to the member of parliament, as a sign of love and gratitude.
The most interesting things in the event include the group of cultures that the Kodomti and Bandawa people showed. On their part, the students of Kodomti Primary School presented many speeches in songs and essays to show their gratitude to the Federal Parliament.
Among the dignitaries who attended the ceremony were Ndewodi Kodomti, Ha Shaforon, Hon. Pwamwakaino Makondo, Heads of Numan and Lamurde local governments. Party leaders and stakeholders of the PDP in Numan, Demsa Lamurde.
In addition, Member of Parliament Kwamoti B La’ori, visited the Numan market, to condole with the traders who were burnt down by fire, and prayed to God to stop the situation, and promised to support them.


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