I Am Able To Embark On Completion Of Many Inherited Projects Despite Challenges – Ganduje

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Ongoing project initiated by Ganduje’s administration, construction of 6KM Kofar Dawanau – Dandishe – Gobirawa – Tudun Fulani – Miltara Road.

Governor Ganduje’s administration is committed to the development of Kano State. This is evident in the people oriented projects that His Excellency is embarking upon in different sectors throughout the state.

While almost 30 states in Nigeria can’t afford to pay Salaries, Kano has consistently paid state workers’ salaries as well as local government employees. He has also continued to settle huge debts owed by contractors in the state which he inherited as a liability. Not to mention billions of Naira so far expended to our students studying in various schools abroad as well as within the country and other liabilities in the state.

With all these, Dr Abdullahi Umar Ganduje OFR is still able to embark on completion of many inherited projects and commencement of other new projects within the state. Focusing on Agriculture, Infrastructure, Education, health and other vital areas. This does not mean that there are no challenges in the state, he is indeed very much aware of them and is doing everything possible to ensure that he has resolved them despite the economic crunch.

Below is another example of His Excellency’s commitment to the development of the state, not just within the city but even outskirts area of the state.

This is another ongoing project initiated by Ganduje’s administration, construction of 6KM Kofar Dawanau – Dandishe – Gobirawa – Tudun Fulani – Miltara road. It’s a dual lane road, with drainages, barrier and street lights. The cost of the road is 1.2 Billion Naira and another 300 million is compensation for houses that were demolished.

 

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