A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) who is also the executive secretary of Lagos State Water Regulatory Commission, Arc Ahmad Kabiru Abdulahi has commended Kastina State governor, Aminu Bello Masari for embarking on the construction of over 500 rural roads.
According to Abdullahi, the governor and his team has done a job well-done adding that it was for the common good of the rural people.
Abdullahi who said good road network will connect the people and boost business activities and provide access to health facility and schools, added that Masari is a true democrat that is bringing Katsina people together.
“Masari is doing a lot to increase the economic activities of the state. Easy access to urban areas is what encourages people to live at the grassroots,” Abdullahi said.
He listed some of the roads under construction by the Masari’s led administration to include: Dutsinma –Tsaskiya—B/duhu–kukar samu road -50kms; Gora–Makaurachi-Gamzago–MallamAwa Road; Fago–Katsayel–Jirdede–koza road (completed); Dayi–Tuge–Gundawa—Wawar Kaza road; Marrabar Musawa–Gingin–Mangafi–Kano state boarder road;
Mimaye–Sukuntuni –Magam–Karaduwa road; Rehabilitation of Mashi–Birnin Kuka road; Construction of Randa–Gallu–Sabke dam road; Dan Nakola–Dan aunai —Dutsi road and Abdallawa–Gafiya–Jifatu road.
Others includes: A number rural feeder roads, one in each of the 34 local government areas of the state.
Completion of asphalting of 75kms Sandamu–Rogogo–Baure–B/mutum road; completion of dualisation of Nagogo road, Katsina; almost completed Eka–Kuraye–‘Yar-gamji road; completion of Marrabar sayaya–Sayaya–Mazoji–T/icce road and the completion of Marrabar Sheme–Daudawa–Kadisau–D/dume road.