House of Representatives Member for Kwande/Ushongo Federal Constituency, Mr Terseer Ugbor, within his 100 days in office attracted Technology Incubation Centre (TIC) to his constituency and it will be sited in Adikpo, Kwande Local Government Area (LGA), Benue.
Mr Ajai, his Senior Legislative Aide disclosed this in an interview with journalists on Friday in Makurdi.
Ajai said that Ugbor succeeded in pulling the centre of National Board for Technology Incubation (NBTI) to his constituency as a result of the courtesy visit he paid to the head of NBTI, Dr Patricia Chuckwu.
“It was during the visit that he humbly requested that NBTI should establish a centre in his constituency,” Ajai said.
He said that Ugbor assured the management staff of NBTI that a site was handy for its immediate take off, stressing that the technical team of NBTI had visited the proposed site and feasibility studies were done.
Also, his Special Assistant on Media, Mr Frederick Dagu, said that Ugbor
in partnership with AIJ Technologies had facilitated the entrepreneurship development training of 31 of his constituents in Basic CCTV Installation and Maintenance across the 26 council wards of Kwande/Ushongo federal constituency.
Dagu further said that Ugbor donated a SEQUOIA Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) to his Kwande LGA Campaign Coordinator who is now the Special Assistant on Revenue Matters, Mr Bartholomew Shagba, adding that he also donated brand new motorcycles to 12 of constituents.
Mr Emmanuel Ikyoga, another Legislative Aide to Ugbor disclosed that his boss had distributed 300 bags of fertilizer to farmers, stating that he also distributed bags of salt and cartons of Maggi cubes to different groups of women within his 100 days in office.
“My boss has settled medical bills for many of his constituents and has assisted many with school fees among several other assistance,” Ikyoga said.
He disclosed that Ugbor through his contact with the military had helped greatly to quell the recurring invasion by militia and Fulani marauders in Turan and Ikyurav-Ya communities in Kwande LGA of the state.