Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku has called on Tarabans to embrace his revitalized drug revolving scheme for effective healthcare delivery in the state.

The Governor stated this during a dinner organized to celebrate Sallah at the  Government lodge, Takum.

He caution Tarabans to be wary of the activities of unscrupulous medicine dealers who stock fake drugs to the detriment of the health of the people.

Governor Ishaku remarked that through the revolving drug scheme, medicines are sold at affordable rates within the reach of the people and are stocked in various health facilities across the state.

The Governor maintained that he is up to date in the payment of workers salaries with efforts on ground to settle retirees their entitlement.

He said primary school teachers and local government staff who still have problems with their salaries should consult designated authority to check their employment status and bank verification number BVN.

Commenting on behalf of Takum Local Government Council, Leader of the Council Titus Andrew, thanked the Governor for his developmental initiative to the area which has helped to ameliorate their sufferings.

He stated that the Chairman of the Council Shiban Tikari has complemented his efforts in peace which has made people of the area to coexist peacefully.

Titus pledged the unalloyed support of Takum Local Government to the Darius led administration and endorsed him to run for the second term.

On her part, the Director DDI Women Support Group, Takum Local Government, Joyce Bala, thanked wife of the Governor for her empowerment programs that has imparted positively in the lives of the people.

Also speaking Adi Shidi, who spoke on behalf of traditional rulers said they decided to felicitate with the governor during the Sallah celebration in view of his effort at uniting people of the area and promised him their support.

PDP Chairman Takum Local Government Area, Sarkin Hausawa,Wayoka women group, Christopher Umaru who spoke on behalf of Takum elders political forum, Saleh Kaka for Civil  servants, Sam JP. representative of Takum youths, all appreciated the governor for his achievements despite recession bedevilling the country.