Linking Gurku to Mpape in Abuja: Key routes for socio-economic activities — Nasarawa Assembly advises State Govt.
Nasarawa State House Assembly has says opening rural roads has the potential to significantly improve socio-economic activities by enhancing accessibility, boosting economic opportunities, improving education and healthcare access, promoting tourism, and encouraging overall development in rural communities.
The committee which expressed satisfaction with what it saw so far during its day one visit to inspect ongoing roads in Karu LG urged the state government to link Gurku road with Mpape, Abuja in order to boost the socio-economic activities and revenue base of the area and the State at large.
Hon Azara commended the contractor for constructing a standard bridge linking Gurku to Berekete Smart City.
” But we want to urge the contractor handling this project to also improve on its pace of work,” he said.
” We are after good work, so contractors must deliver good and quality job as we will reject any work that is sub standard and of poor quality, ” he said.
On his part, Hon Muazu Goshu, Commissioner for Works has lauded the committee for being up and doing in ensuring that quality jobs are delivered by contractors.
Also Speaking, Engr. Wada Suleiman, Project Manager of Ceezali Limited, the Contractor handling the construction of 5KM Gurku/Berekete Smart City Road, Karu LGA assured of their determination to deliver the job according to its specification.
” By God’s grace, we will deliver work that will stand the test of time”,” he said.
In a related development, the committee Inspected the ongoing construction of perimeter fencing at Government Science School, New Karu where the committee commended the contractor handling the work for a good job.
Similarly, the committee Inspected 500 KVA by 33 transformer at Karshi Development Area and completion for the installation of a 5 MVA unmanned substation at GRA Keffi , Keffi LGA installed by Nasarawa Electricity Power Agency ( NaEPA) where its commended Gov. Abdullahi Sule for providing transformers to communities across the state.
On his part, the General Manager of Nasarawa Electricity Power Agency ( NaEPA), Engr. Yakubu Umar Suleiman said that the agency and the government was determined to provide electricity to communities across the state.