Plateau state Governor Simon Lalong, on Saturday, said his administration is determined to complete projects he started.
Lalong made this known while speaking at a media parley with newsmen in Jos.
“Today we are using the new government house, I didn’t start the project, but I completed it and the people of Plateau are using it.
” We have so far completed some abandoned projects, and we are going to complete more of them because I hate hearing about abandoned projects,’’ he emphasized.
The Governor who highlighted some of the achievements of his administration to include the construction of 22 Roads across the State and the “Lalong Legacy Projects” which focuses on Education and Healthcare infrastructural development said the Lalong Legacy Projects spread across the State is expected to gulp about N30 billion a decline from the N50 billion earlier planned for same.
He said while the Lalong legacy project phase one focuses on education and health sectors, other sectors will be given attention in terms of infrastructural development.
The Governor further stressed that he will complete projects he initiated before leaving office in 2023.
In his words “If we can complete projects we inherited then we would ensure we complete the ones we started.”
“We want to complete the projects during our tenure to avoid the problem of abandoned projects.”
“If we don’t complete it will become a waste while the people continue to suffer,” he said.
Our correspondent reports that the ongoing construction works at the Lalong legacy projects are scattered all over the 17 local governments of the state.
Lalong further said that his administration is seeking ways to ensure that the terminus market is rebuilt.
He also expressed his determination to sanction any erring contractor.
Lalong further said that Construction work would commence at the Plateau state secretariat of the State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) from next week.
The Governor also assured that his administration will ensure it continues to provide dividends of democracy to the Citizens and called for cooperation and support to his administration.
FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. The content of this Website is made available by the Nigerian Pilot Newspaper Publisher. This Website seeks to facilitate the dissemination of informative, with engaging, and constructive news about events in Nigerian, Africa, and Globally as they happen. The “Distributor” of this Information are the Nigerian Pilot Newspaper and Nigerian Pilot Tv brands of Dom Communication, LLC.
DISCLAIMER: FAKE NEWS PUBLICATION. This Website NigPilot collects information from several Independent Reporters and may contain unauthenticated and/or copyrighted materials the utilization of which has not generally been explicitly approved or authorized by the copyright proprietor. NigPilot with concern to increase in misleading social media publications, please report any Fake, False, or Misleading News to [email protected] for immediate action.
FAIR USE NOTICE. In accordance with THE LAW, the material on this Website is included for informational and educational purposes. If you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond “fair use,” you must obtain permission from the copyright owner or Nigerian Pilot WEBMASTER. For Nigerian Pilot Newspaper Advert Rates Click Here!