By; BUHARI B. BELLO, Jos
The family of late Haruna Maitala, member Representing Jos North/Bassa Federal Constituency Plateau State has called on the people of Jos North, Bassa Constituency to unite and eschew politics of blackmail and bitterness for the progress of the constituency even as they prepare for bye election.
Ibrahim Maitala expressed optimism that the legacy of fulfilling cuts across all tribes and religious divides to benefit from the constituent projects started before his untimely death in a car accident.
He said they have concluded arrangements to continued with the empowerment promises to the people which was inspired by the late Maitala towards liberating the constituents from shackles of poverty and unemployment.
According to him, the projects run into millions which kick started with construction of 16km road at Rimi, 29km Amo -Katako Jengre road, primary and secondary schools classrooms, rehabilitation of roads and renovation of schools across all federal wards in Jos North, Bassa Constituency.
The following items were disbursed to at least 600 households, 100 motorbikes ,150 sewing machines,150 electric machines, 75 generators, 75 pumping machines.
Maitala said the late member has recorded tremendous achievements with a lot of meaningful development within the shortest period of time as the representative, that requires the overwhelming support of the people of Jos North, Bassa Constituency.
Ibrahim Maitala enjoined the electorate to make the right choice of leadership that would touch their lives or impact positively on their well-being.
He poured encomiums on the personality of late Haruna Maitala for the empowerment projects, saying, “we will still keep this progressive legacy going on with a promise to extend the gesture for purposeful record.
He was confident that the legacy of late Haruna Maitala’s empowerment scheme will go a long way to ameliorate the sufferings of the people under the present harsh economic situation in Nigeria, coupled with the COVID-19 pandemic .