I’ll prioritise infrastructure improvement – Tinubu

<!– tmc_ads_send({ “data-tmc-application”: “240527QJBmDrni”, “data-tmc-seat”: “240527FGR657jX” }) –>

President Bola Tinubu says his administration will proceed to prioritise infrastructure improvement within the coming months and years, as a cornerstone of the Renewed Hope Agenda.

He additionally reiterated his dedication to ship on guarantees made, empower the folks, and construct a nation that every one residents will be pleased with.

Tinubu acknowledged this on Wednesday on the inauguration of the extension of the Inner Southern Expressway, from the Outer Southern Expressway to the Southern Parkway (in any other case referred to as the Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Expressway), being the sixth venture inaugurated within the FCT, to mark the primary anniversary of his administration in workplace.

Tinubu, who was represented by Vice President Kashim Shettima, described the commissioned street venture as “more than just a road”, symbolising his administration’s dedication to bridge the hole between rural and concrete areas within the nation and be sure that improvement wasn’t confined to the cities.

He added that there have been extra “strategic projects” to be unveiled within the FCT to deal with the evolving wants of residents and to put the bottom for a sustainable and progressive future.

“In the approaching months and years, we’ll proceed to prioritise infrastructural improvement as a cornerstone of our Renewed Hope Agenda. We stay dedicated to delivering on our guarantees, empowering our folks, and constructing a nation that we will all be pleased with.

Related News

“The extension of the ISEX represents greater than only a street, it symbolises connectivity, accessibility, and alternative. It signifies our unwavering dedication to bridge the hole between city and rural areas, making certain that improvement is just not confined to metropolis centres, however reaches each nook of our nice nation. But allow us to not neglect that that is simply one of many many initiatives which were accomplished throughout the FCT.

“There are still many more strategic projects in the pipeline, each designed to address the evolving needs of our Federal Capital, from upgrading existing infrastructure, initiating new projects, we are laying the ground for a more sustainable and prosperous future,” the President stated.

Shettima additionally counseled the FCT Minister, Nyesom Wike, and his staff for his or her dedication and laborious work to make the street venture a actuality, describing the minister as “one of the best appointments ever made in the history of the current democratic dispensation in this country”.

In his remarks, Wike acknowledged that there have been different initiatives equally accomplished within the first yr of the administration, together with the primary section of the rehabilitation of the National Assembly, the primary section of the rehabilitation of the Federal Secretariat, and the rehabilitation and resurfacing of interconnecting roads throughout the FCT, totalling 170km.

He added that the ISEX venture was awarded in January 2010, at the price of N17bn, however was revised to N18bn in 2023, including that the second section had additionally been awarded by the earlier administration to Messrs CGC Construction Limited on the sum of N91b, and would have “not less than 10 bridges”.

“The Executive Secretary has told you about the second phase, which is being handled by the CGC at the cost of not less than N91bn naira, which was awarded by the previous administration. Mr President, I can tell you that, that project is very key to changing the landscape of Abuja, if that project is completed, and it has not less than 10 bridges. I can assure you by the grace of God that we are going to complete that project and then we will invite you to come and inaugurate it”, he stated.



About Author

You may also like


Protesting Zamfara neighborhood barricades Govt House, faults troops withdrawal

There was tension in Gusau, the Zamfara State capital on Sunday, as residents of Bini village in the Maru Local

How to spice up your checking account, cellular pockets safety

Cybercriminals are constantly devising new ways to exploit vulnerabilities and steal sensitive information. DANIEL ADAJI outlines ways to safeguard your