Nagombe Commissions A Primary Health Care Centre In Bente-Sama, Ngada Special Development Area


Rev. (Hon.) Nagombe Joseph Titus, the coordinator NGADA Special Development Area has Commissioned a Primary Health Care Centre at Bente-Sama  Goh Zone of NGADA Special Development Area. The Commissioning ceremony of the health centre which took place at the village square after a reconstruction work done and completed by the coordinator on the initial dilapidated structure which was done via Community effort, was graced by dignitaries from within and outside NGADA SDA which include but not limited to the HRH. Rev. Benjamin Dauda Mai-angwa, the third class chief of Ndola NGADA CHIEFDOM, Hon. Ishaku Shamaki, the deputy coordinator NGADA Special SDA, Apostle Barde Sihiro, the founder of 'Ndola Gospel Mission', Hon. Solomon Isa, former SSA to the Governor, Kum Danasebe Hassan maikidi, the village head of Galea, Kum Danlami Yaro, the village head of Bente Kasa etc.

Speaking during the programme, the Kum Ndola NGADA chiefdom expressed his satisfaction and passed his vote of confidence on the leadership of Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku, and Hon. Nagombe Joseph Titus. According to him, it's through their good leadership that NGADA was able to see some developmental projects been carried out in the area. He therefore, called on the people of the area to make good use of the health centre and admonished them not to resort to traditional form of self-medication as such was dangerous an unethical because the world has advanced in modern approach to health matters. He added that NGADA as a development area is an opportunity given by the government of the state for the people in the area to develop their community and therefore, people in the area must make deliberate effort toward ensuring that everything is done toward bringing development.

On his part, the village head of Bente Kasa Kurmi LGA, Kum Danlami Yaro encouraged the people to ensure they cooperate with the government of NGADA and advised that the people must not depend on annual crop farming but ensure they embark on cash crop farming also, such as Cocoa, Plantains, banana etc which according to him was what the forefathers did and couldn't leave somethings for the children behind.

In his speech, Nagombe appreciated the governor for entrusting the leadership of the area on him and always considering NGADA in his developmental projects. He pledged his commitment toward ensuring that he delivers on the mandate bestowed on him and the dividends of democracy as to the wishes/interest of the governor even beyond his expectations. Nagombe maintained that NGADA SDA has an agenda on Agriculture, primary health care, human development, job creation and road construction. According to him, development is a gradual process, that all those can't be done at a time, therefore with time all the their yearning shall be realized.

The coordinator encouraged the people of Bente Sama that the management of NGADA SDA has not forgotten them and enumerated some things the people of the area have gained as the result of the coming of NGADA and still assured them that more were to come. He declared that in no distance time a Cocoa farm will be established in Bente Sama as one of the agenda to ensure that agriculture thrive in the area.

Apostle Barde Sihiro who spoke on behalf of the people of the area in an appreciative speech, expressed his joy over the milestone reached in the area through NGADA. He added that what God through revelation showed him about the Ndola race were not yet seen. He expressed his optimism that great things were coming to the Ndola land.

The ceremony also featured some traditional dances and christian songs ministration by the popular mission Ndola gospel Singer Mrs Sarah Emmanuel.

After the speeches delivered by the various individuals and completion of some related activities, the crowd along with the coordinator and a host of other dignitaries took a tour to the clinic where the Commissioning ceremony was officially done as the coordinator Commissioned it by a benedictory mention of 'in the name of God the Father, the son and the holy Spirit' and the robe was cut. Immediately the coordinator and the third class chief entered the various sections of the clinic as they were led by the incharge Mr Daina Yakubu.

Maikudi Bala.
Media aide
to the coordinator.

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