Legislators Promise N350 Million to Restore Kaduna Community

The House of Representatives‘ Northern Caucus promised N350 million on Monday, 11th December 2023, to help the Federal Government restore Tudun Biri, a hamlet in Kaduna State that was unintentionally bombed by the Nigerian Army last week.

A bomb that was meant to drive out criminals from Tudun Biri, in Kaduna State‘s ┬áIgabi Local Government Area, went off target, killing an estimated 120 innocent persons and injured numerous others.

Alhassan Doguwa, the leader of the Northern House Caucus, declared on Monday, 11th December 2023, that he planned to travel to the region to offer condolences to the families and survivors.

The group expressed their condemnation of the tragedy and their willingness to support the government in restoring normalcy to the area in a statement that the Kano congressman personally signed.

“The Northern caucus has announced a monetary donation of Mr. Speaker and that of the Northern regional caucus of the Federal House of Representatives amounting to the sum of N45 million cash,” the statement said in part.

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“The Northern caucus is to provide for various developmental projects ranging from the provision of health care facilities, blocks of classrooms, water boreholes, and a community town hall worth N350 million to support the Federal Government’s efforts in rebuilding the community.”

Even as they bemoaned the ongoing violent campaigns by bandits and other criminal elements throughout the nation, the lawmakers praised “The charitable commitment of the Nigerian military and other security agencies for their patriotic commitments to combat the upsurge of insurgency, banditry and other criminal activities that plagued some parts of the country.”

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“Against the backdrop of such unshakable recurrent mishaps, the caucus has resolved to pay a condolence visit to commiserate with the government, and the leaders of the Tudun Biri community on Monday, 11th December 2023 to commiserate with survivors of the unfortunate incident,” the lawmakers said.

“The purpose of the visit is to obtain firsthand accounts of the events that occurred and to enable the collection of valuable data to prevent such incidents in the future.

“The caucus applauds the Tinubu-led Federal Government for addressing victims’ welfare and reaching out to them promptly.”

The caucus has agreed to follow up with the federal government to make sure the victims and the community receive the proper compensation that the federal government promised. The caucus is prepared to offer the compensation’s legal foundation and to make sure that the compensation plan fairly represents the family of the deceased.

The statement went on, “The caucus thanks the Government and governor of Kaduna State for keeping to their responsibility of protecting law and order in the state and appeals to the affected community and the leaders to remain calm and law-abiding.”

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