Taraba State Governor, Arc. Darius Dickson Ishaku has undertaken to look into the creation of more amenities for Ndola people in the state.
Stating this today during an appreciation visit by the Ndola Ngada Community at the Government house Jalingo, Governor Ishaku
promised to continue in assisting Ngada Special Development Area to develop and provide modern facilities to the people. He described the discovery of the Ndola people from the remotest part of the state four years ago by his wife, Barr. Anna Ishaku as a laudable landmark achievement of his administration.
Ishaku said the rescue administration has built a clinic, a police post and has promised to build a road that would further enhance transportation in and out of the area.
He noted that the creation of chiefdoms in the community is purely for the survival of cultural heritage of the people.
Earlier, Caretaker Chairman of the Development Area, Pastor Joseph Nagombe praised Gov. Ishaku for giving the Ndola people an identity and providing them with modern amenities.