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Badaru applauds Lamido, others over development in Jigawa

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Jigawa State Governor, Alh. Muhammad Badaru Abubakar has commended the Ex-Governor of Jigawa State Alh. Sule Lamido and other past Governors for the execution of developmental projects in the state.
He made the commendation at the official commissioning of two road projects in Madobi, Dutse.
He appreciated the past administrations for their giant strides for the development of the state.
“My thanks go to my predecessors because their contribution to roads network is enormous”
“We saw it from them and we continued from where they stopped and we have wonderfully done well”
“Since the inception of this administration, we have constructed over 1550 km road projects”
The Governor explained that the development is another journey towards keeping Jigawa state as the most and first in the availability of roads and on ease of doing business index in the country.
The two road projects commissioned include Dutse to Dangwali 35.7km at the cost of N4.643b and Madobi to Baranda 16.8 Km at the cost of N3.194b.
Badaru, in spite of that, noted that the two road projects will help in boosting the socio-economic development of the state and the country in general.
He also reassured his administration’s commitment to execute more developmental projects across the state.

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