Hon Mai Mala Buni,
The Executive Governor,
Yobe State, Nigeria.
With regard and salutation, I may use this means to write this letter to you openly in order to draw your attention and drop a message to your notification bar. This pen of mine is writing on behalf of the good people of our dear state.
In this tough time of Global health and humanitarian crisis, price inflation as well as economic hardship and insecurity. It’s the exact time that the good people of Yobe state need special sympathy and compassion.
Your developmental ideas and achievement as a Yobe state Governor are merriment and worth celebrating, your administration revived our hope for a better Yobe of our dream. Your Excellency, you kill the show!
My message is not worth voicing the complaints of our dear people of Yobe state, on the recent abatement of workers’ remuneration. The recent unproclaimed depletion of Workers’ salaries from the current minimum wage system to the previous minimum wage system, particularly Local government employees and many more junior staffs over the state. This caused a crowdy grieved and unappreciated reaction as well as comments.
In the midst of this sorrowful condition, the students of Yobe State University Damaturu got their part of deafening through the new registration bill that increased their registration fee by 37.5 percent of their stable registration fee.
The saddest part of this condition is that this deduction affects all and sundry include the health personnel and primary school teachers. Whose are entitled to betterment live. In line with this, one midwife serving in a rural area assured me that about 12 midwives are set to vacate from their serving villages to look for the apt niche that could satisfy their basic needs. Their vacation from serving those posted community could result in to increase in maternally related cases such as morbidity and mortality in offing.
On the other hand, students are almost crying for your unapproval to the payment of their stipend scholarship which they applied through remitting 500 naira via RRR to the state government a year back.
Sir, with all good hope that we have in you, we wished these sorrowful complaints are to be considered in accounts of your boon.
Your patriotic citizen
Ali Tijjani Hassan, Potiskum