Gov, Abba Flags off N27Billion Tal’udu Dan,agundi Flyover Projects

Gov, Abba Flags off N27Billion Tal’udu Dan,agundi Flyover Projects

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Kano State Governor, Alh. Abba Kabir Yusuf has flagged off the construction of ‘very important’ projects, the construction of Ta,udu interchange bridge worth N12 Billion while another flyover with be constructed at Dan,agundi worth N15 Billion.

Abba Kabir said on Friday, the project when completed will play a vital role, bringing the much needed solutions to the age long traffic and other socio-economic challenges experienced in the areas.

He said, it is a source of pride that the first government to conceptualise the idea of building a fly overs and under passes in the state was the government of the then Governor, Engr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso between 2011 to 2015 which he was part of the administration as the commissioner of work and laid the foundations of such projects.

Today, history is repeating itself, today I’m here to flag off the commencement of the the Tal’udu interchange not as a commissioner, but as the governor of Kano State.

He added that, the state has carved for itself as the state with the highest number of such facilities in this part of the country.

The governor stated that in order to ensure timely delivery and value for money, the administration went through meticulous procedure of selecting the best company that does not compromise standard, specifications and quality of materials.

He called on the contractor to sustain the tempo and ensure timely delivery and qualitative work for the benefits of the people.

Engr. Kabir appealed to the people of the state and those around the project sites to be patient with inconveniences the construction work with cause just as he has ordered for identification of some routes to be used for diversion while the work lasts.

The project when completed, will ease traffic at the roundabout which has hitherto experienced heavy traffic and by extension, posses challenges for smooth conduct of businesses.

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