Gombe State Government has expressed readiness to Partner the National Commission for Museum and Munuments to establish Cultural sustainability Centre in the State.
The Secretary to the State Government Professor Ibrahim Abubakar Njodi made the disclosure when he received the Curator and officers of the Commission on a courtesy call at the Government House, also disclosed that the State with thirty ethnic Nationalities with diversed Culture orientation will benefit from the partnership as it strive to preserve the State Cultural heritage.
Professor Njodi assured the Commission of the State Government Commitment to meeting some of its challenges especially the establishment of a Gallery and recovery of artifacts for the betterment of future generations.
Njodi further advised the Commission to articulate it’s demands for Government intervention stressing the needs for the Commission to explore all the State historic sites, harness the Culture and traditions of the People.
The State Curator of the National Commission for Museum and Munuments, Hassan Kasim had earlier presented the challenges of the Commission in the State to include lack of facility for its Gallery, inadequate office accomodation and the needs for functional official Vehicle to enable it explore the rich Cultural heritage of the State.
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