The implementation of the new Jalingo Master Plan will be strictly adhered to by the state government to avoid erection of illegal structures within the state capital.
Commissioner of Information and Orientation Anthony Danburam made this known to Government House Correspondents shortly after the state Executive Council Meeting held in Jalingo. Danburam explained that the EXCO noted that the Jalingo Master Plan that was designed in 1992 had been distorted which has defaced the city.
They deliberated on the new Jalingo Master Plan that was designed and signed by the Maskluck Consultancy Nigeria in 2012 which will cover thirty kilometers (30km) radius and will take care of other future development in Jalingo.
They set up a Department Control Committee involving 7 Ministries to ensure that the Master Plan is not further distorted.
They also deliberated on the state government property across the local government areas especially the phase two housing project whereby only four local government areas completed the project.
The EXCO emphasized that recommendations of the committee that was setup to verify the property across the state would be fully implemented. Anthony Danburam urged Tarabans to support the present administration for the development and transformation of the state.