SENATOR GYANG STEPS INTO BYM HALL PROJECT, DIYE ZARAMAGANDA, JOS

The Berom Youth Moulders (BYM) Hall Project at Diye Zaramaganda, Jos initiated and commenced by the Arc. Gabriel Sunday led leadership has attracted the intervention of Senator I. D. Gyang of Plateau North Senatorial District.

The project which is still at foundation level is receiving a boost as Senator Gyang has adopted it as a Constituency project. This became possible after the Stakeholders in Jos South local government consented and granted the Senator approval to that effect.

Consequent upon this development, work at the project site is resuming under the direct oversight and lead of the implementing agency which takes over the construction.

It would be recalled that Senator Gyang is partnering with the BYM in rebuilding ancestral homes of Jong community in Ropp District of B/Ladi local government destroyed and displaced by terror attacks. As at date, thirty four (34) housing units have been built. The Senator roofed the complete 34 Houses both in materials and labour. A lot more effort is being made to make them habitable.

Senator Gyang has stepped into similar projects to complete and upgrade where necessary. He is renovating and upgrading a block of classrooms at ECWA Theological School Zabolo in Bassa local government and completing another block of six classrooms at GSS Gwakim in B/Ladi local government in conjuction with the PTA.

This is aside the other projects undertaken by the Senator some of which are due for commissioning.

Musa Ibrahim Ashoms,
Special Assistant,
Media & Protocol to
Senator I. D. Gyang, Esq.

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SENATOR GYANG STEPS INTO BYM HALL PROJECT, DIYE ZARAMAGANDA, JOS

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