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Minna-Bida Road Completion Is Delayed Because Of Pending Compensation – Abubakar Bello

Governor Abubakar Bello

Governor Abubakar Bello

The Governor of Niger State, Abubakar Bello has come out to share the reason for the delay in completion of Minna-Bida road.

He recently had his say while speaking with the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the delay is as a result of the pending payment of compensation to residents along the road and he hopes that things would be resolved soon.

He added that compensation is paid in stages and the state government has completed payment for the first stage.

His words, “Compensation is paid in stages and the state government has completed payment for the first stage. Very soon, the second stage payment will commence.”

“With regard to the capacity of the company and the quality of work, I am satisfied. Hopefully, next week, we will start compensating those in second stage. If they continue at this pace, they will meet up as long as we don’t have any hitches as regards to funding.”

“The Tunga low cost road project is very good, the standard and the quality of work is good. They are doing the first one now and they also promised that by the end of October, they will lay asphalt on that road. So, we will wait and see but, so far, their work is commendable.”

“The Imani road is a bond project and usually, with bond projects, there shouldn’t be any problem because the money is guaranteed.”

“To be honest I wasn’t happy with the state of the road, even though the contractor has tried to convince me and had given excuses of rainy season and electric poles as some of the encumbrance.”

“He, however, promised that in two months time’, we will see reasonable work done and if, after two months the work is not done, we will go back to the drawing board.”


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