Development through legislation -Sen Binani receives SPC award

Binani while receiving the Award

Adamawa central Senator, Engr Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed (Binani) was honored by the Senate Press corps (SPC) with a development facilitator award.

Mrs Ahmed bagged the award Monday for her laudable developmental projects through legislative interventions in her two years of representation to the people of Adamawa state in the National Assembly.

Binani, an All Progressives Congress (APC) member because of her notable bill of converting Modibbo Adama University of Technology (MAUTECH) to Modibbo Adamawa University (MAU) as a conventional university, and her efforts to change Federal Medical Center (FMC) Yola to a University teaching Hospital was seen a star senator in Northern Nigeria by the group.

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SPC also extolled Binani’s laudable projects and bills for the benefits of Nigerians, especially the bill for the moving of FMC Yola to Mubi, upgrading Dermatology Hospital in Garkida, provision of potable water in many rural communities in the state and the provision of learning materials to many primary and secondary schools are some of the convincing records that attracted SPC to honour her.

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