ROAD INSPECTIONGovernor Abubakar Sani Bello has expressed satisfaction with the quality of work going on at the Morris Road ‘C’ in Minna metropolis.

The governor disclosed this shortly after he inspected some of the six number township roads rehabilitation and reconstruction.

While showing concern over the poor planning of some areas in Minna metropolis, governor Bello said the government is making efforts to correcting them by reconstructing and rehabilitating some roads to allow for easy access in emergencies especially areas that are densely populated.

“The quality of work is very good and I have called on the contractor to speed up work to make up for the lost times,” he said.

He expressed optimism that, before heavy rain starts, the roads would have been completed.

Earlier, the Resident Engineer, Amina Sa’idu had explained to the governor that the work at the Morris Road ‘C’ was at the stone base stage and the contractor is on Easter break but will soon resume laying of asphalt.

The resident engineer also said the project, which was initially agreed to be completed in 12 dry months, was extended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She assured that the road project will soon be completed.

The roads inspected by the governor were the Morris Road ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ all in Minna metropolis.

The six number township roads contract awarded are Morris Road A, B, C, Anguwan Daji, Garima and Abattoir road. Some have been completed and some are still ongoing.

TAURARUWA