By our state correspondent
Plans to unveil a legacy gallery as part of the numerous line up of activities for governor Darius Dickson Ishaku second term inauguration slated for the 29th of this month have been mapped by the State Ministry of Information and Orientation .
The legacy gallery which is geared towards commemorating the milestones of the governor’s first term achievement as gathered by Naija247 news, would be organized by the Ministry in collaboration with Skillful Impressive Enterprises (SIE) .
Customized exhibition of the administration’s actions and achievements since its assumption of office in 2015, according to the Chief Executive Officer of the SIE , Jerry Irimiya, are some good the mapped out plans to show case the achievements of Ishaku across the engine axis of the state.
The CEO who made this known while conducting media men round the said gallery said the world class timeline historic event, which according to him would be crafted in gold, would be on display during the democracy day celebration.
The gallery as stated by him would as well serve as an artistic pilgrimage for the generality of the people of the state and other categories of visitors including researchers and tourists.
In his word, the Legacy Gallery was conceptualized as a world class timeline historic exhibition to showcase the actions and projects of the Ishaku administration across the length and breath of the state.
Stress that “the achievements have been carved in gold plates and it would serve as an artistic pilgrimage for the people of the state during the democracy day celebration and other categories of visitors including researchers and tourists”, he stated.
Optimistic that every visitor to the timeline would enjoy a variety of satisfaction arising from the corresponding creative artistic expressions of the governor’s achievements on display, the need for all a sundries irrespective of parties difference to join hands with the governor in order to catapult the state to the height, he said have become necessary stating that “the whole experience would engrave the milestones in the minds of the visitors to the gallery”