Kebbi's Even Infrastructural Development: Gov Bagudu Inspects Jega Road Project - DE-REPORTORIAL


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Sunday, September 12, 2021

Kebbi's Even Infrastructural Development: Gov Bagudu Inspects Jega Road Project

By Ismail Bayo,Birnin Kebbi

In his administration's commitment to spread and sustain infrastructural development to parts of Kebbi State, Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu on Saturday inspected the ongoing five kilometers township Jega road project.

While addressing a visibly elated residents in the company of the local government chairman, Barrister Shehu Marshal,  Majority Leader,Kebbi State House of Assembly, Hon Faruk Nassarawa, Sarkin Kabin Jega, Alhaji Arzika Bawa, Special Adviser to the governor on NYSC and Scholarship Matters, Hon. Murtala Habib Jega, and other notable political leaders from Jega Bagudu expressed delight with the successful commencement of the project.

He said over N300m had been paid as compensation on the road project and a competent company has been mobilized for the work.

He averred:  "My administration cherishe development projects that will further provide comfort and ease the problems people face so that they can transport themselves easily, women can go to hospitals, while school children too can go to schools.

"We have a mission to better the lives of our people, Jega means alot to APC- led adminstration, Jega has a lot of dynamic young people who have supported the realisation of APC in the state.

"On our part, we have constructed roads in Jega in places like Nasarawa, Katanga, Alelu, Dumbegu, Jandutsi, Kimba and many others." .

The governor commended the people of Jega over what he described as their sustained support and cooperation while promising that, the road project linking a number of mini outlets, would be completed in good time.

Responding, the the Sarkin Kabin Jega, Alhaji Arzika Bawa and Alhaji Sadiq Marafa commended the governor for embarking on the road project at a time when the economy is not doing well and some states are even finding it extremely difficult to pay salary.

"We thank you alot for this gesture and concern for the development of our people ', he said.

Some of the important areas the road project would connect include; Titin Kaura,Titin Nufawa, Titin Birnin Yari, Titin Ni'ima,Titin Jatau amongst others.

A statement by the governor's media aide, Yahya Sarki said the governor also made a stop over in Maiyama where he inspected the Cassava farm for the bio-fuel project. He as well interacted with farmers and women rice processors in the area and supported them with cash assistance.

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