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Shehu Sani donates hall to Adara community

The Senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Shehu Sani, has donated a hall in Honour of  the late Agwom Adara, Dr. Raphael Maiwada Galadima.

The Senator while handing over the hall to the community said the building will serve as a convergence point for the people of the community.

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“This multipurpose hall was built to assist the social economy of the people and to serve as a point where ideas can be shared amongst the people of different diversity.

“This building is not just a building but, a structure that will unify and cement a peaceful coexistence among the people of the community. Tolerance is inevitable if we want to continue to live in peace,” he said.

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He urged the people to improve on the structure, saying the building will be part of history.

The chairman of the Adara Development Association (ADA), Mumini Madogo, while responding said the people of the community will never forget the gesture, saying it is a happy moment for the people of the community.


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