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VIDEO: Michika LGA maiden Townhall on Budget Proposal

By Ibrahim Abubakar, Yola

by DReporters
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Michika local government area of Adamawa State has organized a one-day stakeholders meeting on its 2024 budget proposal in Michika.

The one-day stakeholders meeting was put together by the Adamawa State Planning Commission in conjunction with the Nigerian and German governments to rebuild the Michika local government area after the insurgent attack.
The maiden town hall meeting with the theme ‘ Budget of Consolidation and Inclusion’ was supported by OXFAM, CRUDAN, and CPAD.
In his remarks, the Chairman of the Michika local government area, Amos Drambi, said his council decided to key into the CDP of the state government as it will allow his administration to display transparency and ensure that only people-oriented programmes are implemented because it is what they have chosen.
He commended Governor Ahamdu Finitri for his leadership style, which has made governance an all-inclusive idea at all levels in the state.
Enoch Bamayi, Oxfam representative in Adamawa said the aim is to ensure that development is all-encompassing by creating community harmony and encouraging stakeholder participation at the unit level.
For his part, the Executive Director APAD empowerment program aims to support the victims of Boko Haram toward fast-track rehabilitation of communities devastated by insurgency in the northern part of Adamawa State.
The Michika local government had a budget proposal of N6.89b for 2024, with internally generated revenue standing at just 2% of the total budget.
The District Head of Bazza Saidu Lawan comments to the Organizer hoping that the program will have a positive impact on the lives of the people. his goodwill messages to one of the Development partners.
These efforts are being carried out by Oxfam, with support from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and other international development partners in collaboration with the Adamawa State by allowing citizens to access development in their communities as part of efforts to encourage citizens’ participation in development at the grassroots level, the Michika local government area of Adamawa State.

Chairman of the Michika local government area, Amos Drambi.
Oxfam Project coordinator Adamawa State. Enoch Bamayi
Executive Director CPAD Freeman Wilson
Saidu Lawan District Head of Bazza

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