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Road Flag Off: Maigida-bani Community Hails Gov Abdulrazaq

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As part of delivering good governance by Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq simultaneously to all parts of the state, Kwara state government began construction of Bani -Maigida road. The host community expressed gratitude as the road which is a major route used by both farmers and travellers has been abandoned for more than three decades.
 
During the flag off of the 32 kilometer road, Commissioner for works and Transport; Hon Rotimi Iliasu Suleiman assured the people that a top quality work will be done on the site and all manpower and materials needed will be sourced within the host community as part of the state government’s plan to develop local contents by engaging local artisans. 

Hon Ahmed Saidu Baba, a Member of the Kwara State House of Assembly (Bani constituency) was also present to reassure the community of the state government’s commitment to provide good road networks that will be for the good of all.

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In a statement issued by Maigida ward chairman, Musa Ibrahim; “we really thank Governor AbdulRazaq for not forgetting us in his action plan to ensure all parts of the state are connected to the state capital with good road networks.

This road project affects our day-to-day affairs and its poor state has affected most of our farm produce as we are not able to transport those goods to the target markets in time, if the road is successfully completed, it will aid socio-economic development which will meet up with a good standard of living for the people”.

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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