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Bauchi Govt. to Complete CBN-Federal Lowcost-Railway Road Projects in 3 Months


Bauchi State Governor, Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed has assured residents of CBN roundabout, Federal Lowcost and Railway that the awarded roads project in their areas will be completed in the next three months.

Governor Bala Mohammed gave this assurance when  paid an unscheduled visit to inspect the ongoing projects in the areas.

Governor Bala said the road project was rewarded to Triacta Company because of it’s capacity towards delivering qualitative works.

The governor who was satisfied with the quality of work, said the company has already pledged to complete the project in the next three months.

He assured the people of the state of the readiness and determination of his administration to continue with the execution of the abandoned roads project across the state in fulfilment of his campaign promises.

According to him, currently the state government is in touch with the contact handling the road project from Awalah to Miri to ensure its completion.

He said to make a difference in the award of contracts, his administration is paying the required funds for such projects in an efforts to ensure completion.

Governor Bala assured of regular supervision of the project so as to ensure its completion at the expected period.

Mr Michael Treshafa of the Triacta Company who received the governor at the projects site, pledged to complete the project soon.

The state Commissioner for Works and Transport, Honorable Abdulkadir Ibrahim had earlier, according to Abuja Business Reports, said because of his zeal for infrastructural development and to overcome the challenges faced by the affected communities, Governor Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed reawarded the roads project which the immediate past administration failed to deliver.


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