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Bauchi state to work with critical stake holders to address climate change


From Ahmad SAKA, Bauchi

Bauchi State Government has​ reaffirmed its​ determination to work in active synergy with critical stakeholders as part of efforts to address climate change and other challenges associated with the environment.

The State Governor Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed stated this yesterday in Bauchi when he flagged​ off three days evacuation of solid wasted embarked by a Non-Governmental Organisation NGO​ , Masarki Nigeria Limited and engineering company as part of its corporate social responsibility.

Governor Bala who was represented by the commissioner Ministry of Housing and environment Alhaji Hamisu Mu’azu Shira, Governor Bala Mohammed expressed gratitude to the company for the gesture.

He said the importance of keeping the environment clean cannot be overemphasized, stressed the need for people of the state to support the administration in order to achieve the desired objectives.

Governor said “Corporate Social Responsibility clearly means services to be rendered at no cost. If we are to pay, it may cost us more than 200 million nairas to carry out the exercise.”

The Managing Director of the Company, Alhaji Yakubu Sa’idu said the exercise to be conducted freely as part of the support of the company to the administration of Governor Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed of the state.

Represented by Usman Shitu, the managing director pledged the readiness of his company towards assisting the governor to ensure a healthy and clean environment.

Sa’idu said the company deemed it necessary to conduct such exercise in the state because of the support of Governor Bala Mohammed to the company while he was the FCT Minister.

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