In his first day of ongoing commissioning tour of 23 projects in southern Borno, Governor Babagana Umara Zulum on Wednesday, commissioned a newly mega mega-size Government Day Technical Secondary School sited in Wuyo, Bayo local government area. He also commissioned three other projects in same LGA.
Zulum arrived Biryel, headquarters of Bayo on Tuesday and spent the night there, interacting with heads of security formations and community leaders.
During his morning activities, Zulum at the Day Technical Secondary Schools said his administration aims to encourage the combination of learning with vocational training, to enable students acquire entrepreneurship skills.
The Governor after the commissioning, distributed 300 bicycles to students coming from villages, to ease difficulties in transportation.
Aside the day school, Zulum also in Bayo LGA, commissioned two newly built palaces of Distinct heads in Biryel and Wuyo, which were the second and third projects in the LGA. The palaces will enhance operations of civil authorities.
Zulum ordered the ministry for religious affairs to construct mosques for both palaces.
The fourth project commissioned by the Governor was an integrated community islamic school, which is designed to enable children from traditional islamic schools gain access to western education.
Before departing Bayo, Governor Zulum assessed the General Hospital in Biryel, which is the biggest in the LGA, and directed that needs requirement be submitted for him for rehabilitation work to commence.
Zulum also ordered the recruitment of additional doctors, nurses and other medical to enhance functionality of the hospital for improved healthcare delivery.
The Governor moved to Kwayakusar where he passed the night ahead of his second day of commissioning tour.