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Sen. Ndume Commends PCNI For Allocating 20 Trucks Of Fertilizer To His Constituents.

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The Senator representing Borno South, Sen. Ali Ndume, has commended the Presidential Committee on Northeast Initiatives (PCNI), for allocating 20 trucks of fertilizer to be distributed freely to farmers in his constituency, to boost food production.
Ndume, who made the commendation while flagging off the distribution on Monday in Gamadadi, Bayo LGA, Borno state, urged the farmers to use the commodity to boost food production and improve the socio-economic development of the state.
The senator, said agriculture is the major source of livelihood of almost every family in his constituency, hence the need for the gesture. He then urged his constituents to ensure that the use the commodity for the purpose for which it was meant for.
He also made it clear that the commodity will be distributed in accordance with a template design by him to ensure that it reach all the political stakeholders and interest groups across the constituency. Stressing that the distribution will be done in collaboration with the monitoring and evaluation unit of PCNI, to prevent diversion.
Senator Ndume,  while commending the  people of his constituency for their support and solidarity over the years, appeal to them to continue to support him and the All Progressive Congress (APC), administration at all levels to enable them enjoy more dividends of democracy.
In his address the chairman of PCNI, Gen. Theophilus Danjuma, rtd, who was represented by Prof. Hauwa Biu, said the free fertilizer distribution was part of the committee initiative in assisting communities ravaged by the attacks of insurgents, noting that they are convinced that the free fertilizer would help farmers get bounty harvest during the farming season.
She said farming and its activities must be encourage and intensified more than ever in view of the dwindling trend in other sector of the nation economy.
While making a case for women to be well capture in the distribution pattern, Professor Hauwa urged unemployed Women and youths to consider going into agriculture, to improve their economic well being and that of their families.
Some stakeholders who spoke during the event, thanked  the Senator for his decision to  put smiles  on the  faces of rural farmers and pledged for  their support in his future endeavors.
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