Buhari’s Hometown Transformation: List of Projects, Establishments in Daura

Buhari’s Hometown Transformation: List of Projects, Establishments in Daura

President Muhammadu Buhari's hometown of Daura, Katsina state has witnessed noticeable transformation since the president assumed office in 2015.

The town has reportedly metamorphosed into a commercial town that now boasts of the presence of projects from both the federal and state governments including the presence of privately-owned commercial ventures

Buhari’s Hometown Transformation: List of Projects, Establishments in Daura
Buhari’s Hometown Transformation: List of Projects, Establishments in Daura. Photo: Femi Adesina
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The transformation in the town started to manifest shortly after Buhari assumed office in 2015 as it transformed from a sleepy and peaceful town whose major occupations of the majority of residents are farming, trading, and livestock husbandry, to another commercial hub in Katsina state.

Punch Newspaper reports that inside the present-day Daura are buildings and structures which boast modern-day architectural designs. The town also has a good road network and drainage system which makes the town attractive.

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Here are such addition to the town

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  1. Nigeria Air force Reference Hospital, Nigeria Air force Quick Response Unit
  2. Federal University of Transportation
  3. Daura Township Stadium
  4. 171 Battalion of the Nigerian Army
  5. Federal Polytechnic, Daura, including federal
  6. Women and Children Hospital, Daura
  7. The Federal University of Transportation, Daura
  8. The proposed dualisation of Kano/ Kongolam highway designed to pass through Daura and the School for People with Special Needs, Daura.
  9. The Nigerian Airforce Response Air Wing (Quick Response Unit), Daura
  10. The Nigerian Army 171 Battalion Base, Daura
  11. The Forwarding Operating Base of the Nigerian Army along Kongolam road, Daura
  12. The National Directorate of Employment Centre, Ganga, Daura
  13. Upgrade and expansion of Daura Mini Stadium
  14. The Sustainable Development Goals Skills Acquisition Centre, Zango Road, Daura
  15. Completion of the Sabke Dam, Daura which supplies one million litres of water to Daura and neighbouring communities
  16. 73km 132KVA line from Katsina to Daura and two 30 and 40 MVA transformers to boost power supply.
  17. 50-bed Maternity Centre at the Daura General Hospital
  18. Sir Emeka Offor E-Library, Daura
  19. The 400,000 litres capacity solar-powered water system by the NNPC and Belema oil in a joint venture with Jack-Rich Tein Foundation
  20. Rehabilitation, expansion, reactivation and completion of several abandoned and existing projects including roads, schools, drainages, water projects etc
  21. The National Directorate of Employment Cosmetology training and distribution of Cosmetology packs to 1000 women in Daura.

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According to reports, the realignment was possible following the intervention of party leaders and some northern elders shortly before the commencement of the election worked in favour of the former vice president.

At 8:34pm, Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal of Sokoto State stepped down for Atiku. Party sources said he withdrew from the race to support Atiku following the intervention of some elders who feared that should Wike pick the ticket, the ruling party would coast to victory in 2023,

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