Adamawa Governor, Fintiri inspects Bachure road project

Governor Fintiri, third from right, listens to the site engineers


By Sam Tor

Adamawa State Governor  Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri, Thursday inspected the ongoing Bachure road project which was awarded among other township roads in Jimeta by the present administration last year.

The total road network 18.1kilometers worth over N5billion.


Wide drainages form part of the project


The Bachure road which is 3.18 kilometers is one of the critical road projects, Governor Fintiri had promised the community during electioneering campaign which he categorically pointed out that it will be one of the top priorities of his administration.

Speaking with newsmen shortly after inspecting the road project, Governor Fintiri said he was at the site to see the progress of the work and expressed appreciation on the pace and quality.


Governor Fintiri goes solo to check details of the project


The Governor revealed that the contractor handling the project told him that, the company had segmented the eight roads and will finish every three roads in four months in order to meet up with the timeline stipulated in the contractual agreement.

He noted with happiness that the work when completed the Bachure community will have a lease of life, stressing that his administration will continue to do its best towards modernizing the state capital to boost the socio-economic activities of the state.

The Governor accompanied by the Secretary to the State Government (SSG) Malam Bashir Ahmad among other senior government officials was taken round the project by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Energy Devopment, Engineer Suleiman Mohammed.

As at the time of the visit, the project which is handled by Batco CMC Company, workers were seen busy while one side of drainage has been fully completed.