The District head of Darazo, Muhammadu Bababa, has appealed to Governor Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State to construct the dilapidated Darazo to Gadan Barssirka road to ease the suffering of the people.
Bababa said if constructed, the road, which links the Republic of Cameroon and neighboring States of Adamawa and Gombe, to Darazo, would ease the sufferings of travellers especially those going to Kano and Sokoto States for business.
He said the dilapidated nature of the road has brought untold hardship to travellers and the people of Darazo’ alike.
“From our estimate, from Cameroon people travel to Mubi, Gombe, Dukku and Kano they come through Darazo. Same for those coming from Sokoto to Adawaa they have to pass through Darazo
“The road from Darazo to Dutse Tajarin and Gadan Barssirka Tajarin is terrible and we would be grateful if God gives you the opportunity to construct it”.
He urged the governor to also complete the Darazo to Gabchiari road linking the area to communities in Gombe.
The District head thanked the Governor for all his support to the people.of Darazo.
He revealed that the Governor had been supporting the people of Darazo when he was minister of Federal Capital Terrritory (FCT).
He said Governor Mohammed constructed the Darazo Central mosque which was in a dilapidated State for years as FCT minister nine years ago.
The monarch said over 2000 people worship at the mosque today and thanked the governor for the gesture.
He’ recalled that the Governor also assisted the people.of Darazo when the area was affected by flood that destroyed houses and displaced l hundreds.
“Our governor went from house to house to sympathisers with the victims.
“We will never forget. He brought relief materials through SEMA worth N30 million worth.”
Speaking earlier , the governor said he was at the palace.to seek the royal blessings of the monarch.
Governor Mohammed appealed to the people of Darazo to support his reelection and the election of all the candidates of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, notably Atiku Abubakar and Senator Abdul Ningi, assuring that they would deliver dividends of democracy.