300 traffic marshals commission by Gov. Zulum in Borno

FATIMA Abdullahi Ahamed
Borno State Governor, Babagana Umara Zulum has innaugrated 300 first batch of Road Marshals of Borno State Traffic Management Agency (BOTMA).
The graduation ceremony and passing out parade took place at the agency’s newly renovated Head Office along Baga Road, Maiduguri.

Borno State Government in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) trained and equiped the Marshals.
Chief of Staff to Borno State Governor, Professor Isa Marte Hussaini inaugrated the Marshals on behalf of the governor who is away in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, for lesser Hajj.
BOTMA was established in 2019 by Governor Zulum with Hussaini Bulama as Chairman and Baba Shehu Tijjani as General Manager with the aim of bringing discipline and sanity to the transport sector as well as enhanced revenue remittance.

Abubakar Tijjani, Borno State Commissioner for transport commend the effort of Governor Zulum for his foresight in establishing the agency.
Tijjani also charged the management and graduands to intensify their efforts and live up to expectation as Borno State Government is always ready to support the agency in discharging its duties.
UNDP representative and Head of North East Sub Seat of the UNDP, Mr Simon Ridley Girdo Technical Engineering Services, Engineer Abdulmuminu Musa, applauded the State Government in their separate address for the partnership and restated their readiness to support the government in more developmental projects.
The event was also witnessed by the Shehu of Borno who was represented by the Ibrahim Wadaima of Borno, Alhaji Abba Masta
Highlight of the occasion was the presentation of certificates to the 300 graduands, passing out parade, display of equipments and decoration of principal officers of BOTMA with their new ranks by the Chief of Staff.

300 traffic marshals commission by Gov. Zulum in Borno

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