The Adamawa State Government has embarked on a massive road construction project that will cost N21 billion and span 20.8 kilometres across Yola-South Local Government Area. The project was flagged off on Tuesday by deputy governor Prof. Kaletapwa Farauta, who represented Gov. Ahmadu Fintiri at the ceremony. He said the project was awarded to Messrs Triacta Nigeria Limited, a reputable construction company that has executed several projects in the state.

The super highway will start from Welcome to Yola and end at AA Lawan Junction in the state capital. It will include culverts, bridges, and drainages to ensure smooth traffic flow and prevent flooding. The project is expected to be completed in 30 months.

Farauta said the road project was part of the government’s vision to transform the state into a modern and developed one. He said the road would open up the capital city to more residency and other activities, as well as boost the economy and security of the state.

He also said the road project passes through the ongoing project of 1,000 housing units at Malkohi, which further justified its significance. He urged the contractor to adhere to the specifications and timeline of the project, and assured the people of the government’s commitment to deliver quality infrastructure.

He thanked the people for their support and co-operation, and appealed to them to bear with any inconvenience that might arise during the construction period.

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