Bagudu Commissions Kanya-Gwazawa Road

An important access roads leading to Gwazawa village in Danko Wasagu Local Government Area has been commissioned by the Governor of Kebbi State, Senator Abubakar Atiku Bagudu.

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Gwazawa village hosts a 47,000 hectare Cassava farm being cultivated preparatory to the take off of the strategic NNPC – Kebbi Partnership for Ethanol Fuels production in the State.

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The project, coordinated by Professor Muhammad Abubakar Kaoje is designed to launch Kebbi into comity of Nation’s and Global Oil Producing hubs.; The Governor explained.

Governor Abubakar Atiku Bagudu then commended Nigerian Army Engineers for quality execution of the project : appreciating Col Bello Umar for adding above the project’s specifications.

To the benefitting Communities ; the Governor congratulates them for this opportunity promising to provide more of such infrastructural facilities to other Communities , citing cases of dilapidated Zaima – Kwanar Maga road contracted by the Federal Government without progress as well as Maga – Riba State road which still needs repairs.

He called for patience and understanding as the Government is not unmindful of such infrastructural demands : promising to continue with all – inclusive and people’s oriented leadership that caters for all despite several calls to concentrate developmental activities in the State Capital.

On Koko – Mahutai road ; The Governor stated that negotiation is going between the State and Federal Governments on modalities of handling its reconstruction.

The Gwazawa road project covers 1.120 km with 6 cells Culverts constructed by the Nigerian Army Corps of Engineers led by Col Bello Umar.

Source: Kebbi State Govt

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