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Why My Administration Hasn’t Awarded New Contracts: Caleb Mutfwang

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Governor Caleb Mutfwang of Plateau State recently addressed the issue of numerous abandoned projects scattered across the state by previous administrations.

During a meeting with journalists in Jos, marking his first year in office, Mutfwang explained why his government has not awarded new contracts for the past year.

His administration’s priority has been to complete these unfinished projects, ensuring their benefits reach the people of Plateau State.

Mutfwang expressed deep concern over the negative impacts of uncompleted projects on the socio-economic development of the state.

He emphasized that his administration’s decisions are driven by the best interests of the state and its residents. “In the past year, our efforts have been focused on stabilizing the system.

We have not yet achieved everything we aim to do,” the governor stated. “We believe that government is a continuum, and even if you didn’t support the previous administration, there is a responsibility to the public to complete beneficial projects.”

He called on the people of Plateau State to continue supporting his administration, highlighting the importance of unity and collective effort in achieving greater heights for the state.

Mutfwang expressed gratitude for the public’s appreciation of his administration’s efforts in improving infrastructure and road networks.

He assured the citizens that his government remains committed to these improvements and will continue to enhance the state’s infrastructure.

“We value citizens’ participation and welcome feedback on the quality of our work. We ensure that all feedback is addressed to provide value for the people’s money,” Mutfwang added.

He reiterated that the administration’s approach is to guarantee that completed projects are of high quality and truly beneficial to the community.

Governor Mutfwang’s strategy underscores a commitment to prudent governance and sustainable development. By focusing on finishing existing projects, his administration aims to maximize the use of public funds and resources, ensuring that investments made in the past yield tangible results.

This approach is designed to build trust and demonstrate a responsible, people-centered governance style.

As Mutfwang continues his tenure, the people of Plateau State are encouraged to stay engaged and supportive. The governor’s call for continued support reflects his belief that a collaborative effort between the government and the people is essential for the state’s progress.

His administration’s dedication to completing abandoned projects marks a significant step towards fostering development and stability in Plateau State.

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