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Empowerment: Senator Barau distributes 60 cars in Kano

The Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Jibrin Barau has distributed 60 Sharon cars to some residents of Kano State. The distribution ceremony was witnessed…

The Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Jibrin Barau has distributed 60 Sharon cars to some residents of Kano State.

The distribution ceremony was witnessed by members of his senatorial districts, supporters and well-wishers on Sunday.

According to Barau’s Special Adviser on Media & Publicity, Ismail Mudashir, the beneficiaries of the gesture cut across all strata in the state including traders, farmers, civil servants and politicians, among others.

Distributing the cars, Senator Barau said the gesture was to ease the movement of the beneficiaries to their places of work, businesses and farms with a view of boosting the economy of the state.
Represented by his Chief of Staff, Professor Muhammad Ibn Abdullahi, he reiterated his commitment to make his constituents self-reliant and contribute to boosting the country’s economy.
He urged the beneficiaries to take good advantage of the vehicles and utilise them to empower themselves and other people in the region.

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“We are gathered here today for the distribution of 60 cars as part of efforts of the Deputy President of the Senate to empower and make our people self-reliant. With these cars, the beneficiaries will be able to carry out their businesses well and contribute to their quota for the development of the state.

“This is not the first and it will not be the last by Allah’s grace, he would continue to carry out intervention programmes to enable our people to be self-reliant,” he said.

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