Radda Commissions  roads, promises completion of projects initiated by predecessor in office

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Katsina state Governor, Dikko  Radda on  Sunday commissioned 28 kilometers  road projects in Kafur Local government Area of the state.

Radda said that the roads that linked many towns and villages across the state, were awarded in 2021 by his immediate predecessor, Aminu  Masari but completed and paid by this administration. 

The Governor  maintained that governance is a continuous process. 

He revealed that his administration will complete all projects awarded by the previous administration,assuring that he will as well, pay all liabilities for completed contracts awarded by Masari.

The governor disclosed “one of the roads which begins from Kafur town linked to Gurai – Buguwa – Sabon Layi-Siran-Kahara-Mahuta totalling to 23.2kms. While the other road begins from Gurai-Rugoji villages is about 5kms. All totalling to the sum of about Six Billion Naira.”

Radda stressed  that, giving adequate attention to road infrastructure is paramount to his administration. 

He assured that  his administration will invest heavily on projects that will have multiplier effects on the socio-econmic live of people in the state.

Governor Radda  commended the company that carried out  the contract for executing quality work  and for its  timely completion.

Earlier in his address, the state commissioner of Works and Housing Dr Rabiu Ingawa urged beneficiaries of the roads to reciprocate government gesture by making good use of them.

In his address, the Dan Galadiman Katsina, District Head of Kafur who spoke on behalf of the beneficiaries, expressed appreciation to the current administration for completing the road projects. 

He also maintained that  the roads will have a significant impact on economic activities of residents of the area  and people of  the state.

The state Commissioner for Information and Culture, Bala Zango said Governor  Radda was received by a large  crowd including traders, traditional rulers, religious faithfuls, politicians, transport union leaders and women groups.

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