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The executive council of Jigawa State has confirmed the approval of rehabilitation contracts and road construction valued at over N22 billion.

This was confirmed in a statement signed and released by the Special Adviser to the governor on media and publicity, Malam Habibu Nuhu Kila in Dutse, Jigawa State, the capital of the state.

He said the development was part of the plans of the Governor of the state, Mohammed Badaru to improve the living conditions of the people of the state.

The state’s Commissioner for Information, Youths, Sports, and Culture, Alhaji Bala Ibrahim also revealed this following an executive council meeting by the Governor.

Alhaji Bala Ibrahim explained that the roads to be constructed include 30.5 kilometers of Sule Tankarkar to Amanga to Maitsamiya to Tsugudidi to Santabari to Garin Aiko at a cost of over a billion with a completion period of 12 months.

According to him, “Shuwarin to Wurma to Chamo to Abaya to Isari 28.9km at over N6.6 billion and the rehabilitation of Yanllema to Kaugama to Kwanar Madana road 37km at the sum of N8,151,455,728.89) with a competition period of 12 months”.

Ibrahim added that “Also, the council approved the re-construction of roads that were damaged as a result of the flood in the last raining season, which includes Birnin Kudu to Kiyawa road, Kiyawa to Jahun road, Gambara to Waza road, Baranda to Madobi road, Darai to Gilima road, Jahun to Gujungu road, Gujungu to Hadejia road, Auyo to Kafin Hausa road, Hantsu to Miga road and Kwalam to Gilima to Kiri to Majiya road.”

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