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Former Senate President, Mark Flags Off 35.5km Roads Construction In Bauchi


Former Senate President, Mark Flags Off 35.5km Roads Construction In Bauchi.

By Idris Khalid.

The former Senate President, David Bonaventure Mark on Tuesday performed the flagging off of three rural roads construction in Bauchi state.

Speaking at the ceremony held in Katanga Warji for the construction of the 35.5km Warji – Gwaram, Bogoro-Lusa and Boi-Tapship rural roads, Mark said that opening up the rural areas will bring development closer to the people.

The former Senate president commended Governor Bala Mohammed Abdulkadir for embarking on construction of roads particularly rural roads, and urged him to do more until all rural communities are linked up to development.

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Governor Bala Mohammed has in a speech declared that roads are pivotal to development because accessibility is key to effective governance the more reason his administration has embarked on massive construction of roads across the State.

He explained that the priority of his PDP led administration is to change the perspective of governance in the State in order to make it rank among its contemporaries in the country.

According to him, the 3 roads will cost government a total sum of N7.3b and will be completed within 24 dry months expressing confidence that the contractor, Habibu Nigeria Engineering will deliver as expected.

Bala who was full of appreciation for the cooperation between the executive and legislative arms of government stressed that without such collaboration it will be difficult for any democratic government to succeed.

Earlier, Commissioner of Works and Transport, Abdulkadir Ibrahim, said that roads are a measure of the development of any area stressing that without good access road a State cannot be regarded as developed.

Ibrahim revealed that so far since coming on board, Governor Bala Mohammed led PDP administration has completed 10 roads across the State while 19 others are at various stages of construction with the aim of opening up the rural areas for grassroots development.

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