- As He Distributed Text Books To Primary School Pupils
As the 2019 general election gathered momentum, the Parents Teachers Association Chairman of Akurba Primary School has challenged politicians in Nasarawa State to inculcate the good legacies established by the Honorable Member Federal House of Representatives representing Awe, Doma, Keana Federal constituency, Hon.Mohammed Ogoshi Onawo of the People’s Democratic Party.
The PTA Chairman, Ibrahim Tafarki called on other politicians to imbibe the sportsmanship of the Member.
He said the support would go a long way towards the upliftment of education in the state.
The Chairman, Ibrahim Tafarki said Ogoshi. Onawo is closer to the electorate for the timely support he accorded to our ward.
Urging others to emulate his kind gesture, saying education is compulsory for every and able pupils and students in the senatorial district.
Calling on teachers to be upright in the discharge of their duties.
Appealing on maintenance culture of the books shared.
The Director General Mohammed Ogoshi Onawo campaign Organization, Musa Danjuma while reeling out the commitment of the Federal lawmaker says the Member vying for Senate, Nasarawa South has constructed scores of classroom blocks; boreholes as well disbursed scholarship to the constituents over the years.
Other support he accorded to his constituents is free NECO and WAEC registration.
Musa Danjuma affirmed that the Federal lawmaker expended over N5, 000,000 million for the registration of NECO and WAEC of 210 beneficiaries in Awe, Doma, Keana, Obi and Lafia.
The D. G further revealed that Ogoshi Onawo constructed numbers of Information Communication Technology centres in different locations.
“We build ICT Centre in Obi, Assakio, Duduguru Doma federal is ongoing,
He unveiled that the Hon. Member gave employment to number of Youths at the Federal level.
Available records also showed that Onawo expended N. 6m for the surgery of two female girls having genitals problems, the Hon. Member, it was learnt has been running a free medical care where over 500 persons benefited from the over the years.