He said, “a nation’s wealth is measured by its infrastructure.”
“People need infrastructure if they can see that the money borrowed is used to deliver critical infrastructure, then their queries can be assuaged.”
Some of the projects inspected were: the dualisation of Suleja-Minna Phase I and phase II, the reconstruction of Bida-Lapai-Lambata road, the construction of Agaie-Katcha-Barro road, dualisation of Jebba-Mokwa-Bokani road and rehabilitation of New Bussa-Kaiama road.
On his part, the Project Manager, Salini Nigeria Limited the company handling the dualisation of the Suleja-Mina road, Mr Paolo Canpanella expressed the company’s commitment to completing the road on or before January 2023.
“The dualisation of Jebba-Mokwa-Bakani road in Niger State will ease transportation of agricultural produce, reduce the pressure on existing single-carriage road facilities, reduce travel time and ultimately reduce vehicle operating costs,” he added.