Jigawa : Badaru Commends Buhari Over Irrigation Project, Says It'll Boost Agric Activities - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE

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Jigawa : Badaru Commends Buhari Over Irrigation Project, Says It'll Boost Agric Activities




By The Daily Crucible

Governor Mohammed Badaru Abubakar of Jigawa state  has commended President Muhammadu Buhari over the Gari irrigation project of the Federal Government, saying it would boost agricultural activities and ensure all year round farming. 

Governor Badaru Abubakar stated this at Gari Irrigation Project Site in Kazaure, Jigawa State, during the handover of the project upon completion.

In a release by Auwal D. Sankara,
Senior Special Assistant to the Executive Governor of Jigawa State on New Media, Badaru pointed out that the irrigation projects, would ensure availability of water supply throughout the year, adding that farmers would cultivate rice thrice or four times a year. 

He noted this development would boost the economy and assist tremendously to achieving the promise of Mr. President to lift millions of Nigerians out of poverty. 

According to the Governor, the future is so bright for the communities living where the dams and irrigation projects are sited. 

“In Jigawa state we can not thank the Baba Buhari enough for carrying out numerous developmental projects in the state. We used to be the poorest state in Nigeria, today the story is different as we have moved ahead of many states. The social investment programs in the state have gone a long way in reducing hardship among the people in the state,” the Governor said.

He continued “now this irrigation project that Baba Buhari did under the ministry of water resources would cut across five local government. The communities that the project passes through will have tremendous development in Agriculture.”

“We are already the number producers of hibiscus, the number producers of sesame, and only second in the production of rice.  Soon, with this irrigation project we will surely be the number one in the next statistics.” the Governor added.



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