45 Bags of Cement: A Day in the Life of a ‘Development Worker’ – Photo Story

On Tuesday July 3rd, 2012 I was in Katsina-Ala Local Government Area to pay for 45 bags of cement which would be used when we resume building the Nongov Primary Health Centre Project. It was a long day as I had to wait for Mr. Martin Agen Msuega, a resident of Gbeji Village, Nongov Community, to arrive from the neighbouring Buruku Local Government Area. We were able to convey 20 bags of cement which would eventually be our only trip for the day. The vehicle we rented broke down three times on the way before we had to call it a day. I had to return to Makurdi the same day, so the remaining 25 bags as well as additional 4,000 burnt bricks will be transported to the building site by the weekend. Here is a photo story of the long day’s happenings.

At a Cement Store in Katsina-Ala Local Government Area


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8 responses to “45 Bags of Cement: A Day in the Life of a ‘Development Worker’ – Photo Story

  1. Toluwanise

    Great. You are a blessing to nations of the world.

  2. Wonderful concept…great photos too. Keep it up man!

  3. You remind me of the saying that we all can not change the world, but wherever you find your self make the change there. Keep up the good work Gbenga.

    • Thanks a lot, Tola. I agree with you – change starts with each individual; and it starts where you are. Thanks for stopping by to read and comment. Kindly share the link with other people in your networks. God bless you. real good! 🙂

  4. Oluwatosin Bayeri

    Thumbs up and more grace to you.

  5. Abimbola

    my brother,this is a real kingdom work,God wil be your exceedingly great reward.

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