A concerned citizen writes Borno Gov. on abandoned project


In an open letter written to the Borno state government, a concerned citizen lamented on how a very important project started by the government was abandoned.

The writer explained that the project commenced in 2015 but was abandoned less than five months of its commencement.

He said the work, which was a clinic at Bolori ward, has stopped since April of 2015 without any explanation as to way, adding that, 'if completed, it will serve a lot of purpose'.

Read letter:

'My dear Governor,

'With much respect Your Excellency sir, a very good day to you, may the Almighty Allah continue to replenish and strengthen you to pilot the affairs of this great state of Borno to the desired destination, Ameen.

'Your dream and plan for a state that will move forward for our children and grandchildren will be a thing of pride to be achieved in a life time.

'Your Excellency sir, pictures attached to my post is an abandoned building of Borno State Environmental Health Facility in Bolori ward. The project was proposed by Borno State Primary Health Care Unit in 2015.

'It was started around April of the same year. But four months into it, it was unfortunately abandoned and to date the reason as to why has been unknown.

'In view of the aforementioned details, we appeal to the state government to put concerted efforts and complete this project for the benefit of the people of the ward.

'The entire people of the ward will be very grateful if a prompt and favourable consideration is given.

'On behalf of the beautiful people of my ward, I want to further acknowledge your commitments, outstanding achievements and ongoing projects across the state while maintaining high standard of diligence in your job responsibilities as the Executive Governor of the State.

'I appreciate your time taken to read my appeal.

'Thank you Your Excellency.

Yours sincerely, Zannah Lawan Ajimi Zannah4real11@gmail.com

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