Adamawa State Female philanthropist, Hon Faith Pukuma in her pet project that support community development has plans on motion to electrify Fadaman Rake village of Hong LG area of Adamawa state.
Pukuma on recent time procured a 500 KVA transformer to the community told our correspondent that her core mandate in life is to empowerment women and Youth,and to be a rallying point for the less privileged ones in the society.
Waned with the community lack of electricity,you could recall that some months ago she had provided the community with 100 solar streets lights and vowed to step up the work of electrifying Fadaman Rake in due time.
According to her,the decision is to contribute by giving back her love for humanity sake with little she gets in a more broader way,and she will go to any length possible to see people in rural communities has a sense of belonging.
She said the Government of Adamawa state led by Rt Hon Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri will join in the making sure the village of Fadaman Rake is properly electrified.
While appreciating the executive Governor for agreeing to support her to see that the communities in Adamawa are connected with the national power,she said she will stand on her feet to see that Fadaman Rake receive urgent attention as a transformer that will supply the entire community power has been provided.
”I’m not rich or better than anybody in Hong,as a matter of fact I’m a young woman,I’m only trying to contribute my own quarter of help to our brothers and sister who are really in need.
“I’m moving with a burden to help as many people as possible our path God has destined to crossed,my desire is to see people are being liberated from the crutches of underdevelopment Irrespective of tribe or religion
“My prayers is that my little effort of providing the transformer will ignite the state Government of Adamawa to do the remaining parts of the work. Some months ago, i installed more than 100 solar streets lights with the intention to help in fighting and to reduce all forms of crimes by chasing away hoodlums, kidnappers,cattle rustlers prevalent in recent times in Hong and environs.” Pukuma said