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Poverty Eradication: Zamfara Federal Lawmaker Set To Empower Over 100 Women Monthly

By Muhammad Bashir

A Federal Lawmaker Representing Gusau/Tsafe Constituencies at The Green Chamber, Kabiru Amadu Mai Palace Has Re-iterated Commitment To Create More Job Opportunities To The Residents Of His Constituencies.

Mai palace Who made This Known During Empowerment Program Of 120 Women In Tsafe Local Government Area, Said The Gesture Was Aimed At Eradicating Poverty And Creating More Jobs To The Populace.

The Lawmaker However Urged The Beneficiaries To Judiciously Use What They Were Given, Adding That The Program Would Repeatedly Take Place In The Two Communities Monthly.

Earlier, The Executive Governor of Zamfara State, Bello Matawalle Who Was Represented By His Deputy, Barrister Mahdi Ali Gusau, Commended Mai Palace For The Kind Gesture, Adding That Preparations Had Gone Far To Empower 1,000 Women Across The State By Governor Matawalle Led-administration.

The Facilities Distributed Include Motorcycles, Sewing Machines, Fridges, Grinding Machines, Bags Of Flour And Bags Of Soya-Beans Among Others.


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