Numan/Demsa/Lamurde federal constituency in the house of representatives, Rt. Hon Kwamoti La’ori, has commissioned an examination hall at Government Day Secondary School (GDSS) Imburu in Numan local government area of Adamawa State named after late Pemuel Nathaneul Mygomyu.
Speaking at the occasion, the lawmaker, said the project was a fulfilment of his electioneering campaign promise to the teeming people of Imburu, who were yearning for the exam hall many years ago.
“I wanted to do it before, when governor Fintiri was the acting governor, and I was the acting speaker of Adamawa State house Assembly, I requested for the construction of examination hall at Imburu and Fintiri approved the project but when Bala Nggilari came, he cancelled the project.
“But today we are celebrating, we thank God Almighty Allah for giving us an opportunity to do it and fulfil our campaign promise.
“I named the exam hall after Pemuel Nathaneul Mygomyu because he served the people well when he was alive,” he said.
The lawmaker urged the school management and the people of Imburu to maintain the hall and secure the facility for the benefit of generations yet unborn.
Also in his remarks, a PDP stalwart in the area and chairman pension board, Mr. P. P Power, commended the lawmaker, for the provision of the facility.
He said the structure will in no small measure served the teeming students of the area.
Earlier, the principal of Government Day Secondary School Imburu Mr Mbodoron Miwa, thanked the lawmaker for the gesture saying that its impact on education knows no bounds.
“We commend the gesture, we are very grateful. Today we have the building that will contain all our students during exam, this is the building that all our students will benefit from,” he said.
Also commenting, the village head of Imburu, Mr Gobe Madau, thanked the lawmaker for building the examination hall in the area.