Representative Danjuma Goje has been reappointed as the pioneer of the North East Caucus of the National Assembly, The Nation learnt on Tuesday.
The Special Assistant on the Northeast Caucus of the National Assembly, Ismail Dabo Haruna, unveiled this in an announcement in Abuja.
The Caucus anyway communicated disillusionment over the disappointment of the Ministry of Aviation to list an air terminal in the zone among those planned to be revived on June 21st 2020.
The announcement peruses: “The North East Caucus of the National Assembly Comprising Senators and Members of the House of Representatives from the zone met on Saturday sixth June, 2020.
“The gathering was gone to by practically all the individuals including His Excellency the President of the Senate Sen. Ahmed Lawan.
“The gathering took the accompanying activities: Re-chose Sen. Mohammed Danjuma Goje (Gombe) and Rt. Hon. Mohammed Tahir Monguno (Borno) as the executive and Deputy Chairman individually.
“Four different authorities were chosen as follows:
Secretary, Sen. Halliru Dauda Jika (Bauchi);
Treasurer, Sen. Aishatu Dahiru Ahmad Binani (Adamawa); Publicity Secretary, Hon. David Abel Fuoh (Taraba); and Financial Secretary, Hon. Tijjani Zanna Zakariya (Yobe).
“The assembly likewise communicated extraordinary congrats to Sen. Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan for his political race as the President of the Senate.
“The council reaffirmed its true gratefulness to his Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari for the making of the North East Development Commission.
“It was settled that a letter of tribute ought to be kept in touch with the Board and Management of the North East Development Commission for a fruitful take off.
“The assembly communicated its ability and assurance to help and help out the six State Governors of the zone, Security Chiefs, Religious Leaders, Traditional Rulers and in reality every other individual in the push to stop the genuine uncertainty particularly the rebellion which has been tormenting the North East for such a significant number of years.
“The assembly, while expressing gratitude toward the Federal Government for its assurance to develop the Mambila Power Project, in any case, encouraged that the procedure be speeded up so as to accomplish the ideal financial, political and social advantages with least postponement.
“The council communicated its failure with the Federal Ministry of Aviation for forgetting about the whole zone among the Airports to be opened on June 21st 2020.
“The zone has a few Airports and in any event one ought to have been chosen like it was done to the next five zones.”