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Mararaba Yorro Lacheke Road: Good Standard, Fast Progress

Barely two months after approving the construction of the Mararaba-Lacheke Yorro Road, the work is rapidly progressing.

A Visit by shows that the Construction company handling the Road project are very dedicated to ensuring speedy completion of the Road. Commenting on the development, the chieftain of Mumuye, Yorro local Government, Alh.Ado Adamu Mazang appreciated the Rescue Captain, Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku for reviving the lost hope of Tarabans by awarding the Contract and making life easy for his people, especially in trading.

The Royal father who expressed satisfaction with the project and the company handling the Road construction, also added that the Road will enable exposure of Natural resources in the area to other parts of the Country.

Earlier, Taraba State Commissioner, Ministry of works, Dr. Agbadu Tafarki Eneme who was impressed with the level of work ongoing, urged the people in the Community to cooperate with the company for the success of the work.

Dr. Eneme reiterated that the Contract was a fulfillment of Governor Ishaku’s promise to the people of Yorro local government. Also, Vice Chairman Yorro Local Government Area, Hon. Ahmed Masho said the Local Government Area have been neglected by previous administrations in the State regarding developmental projects.

Hon. Ahmed pledged their resolve to always support the Governor to succeed in developing the State and appreciated the Darius administration for considering their plights.

Responding to this, the site Engineer of the German Construction Company (Wesany), Engr. Peter White commended the cordial relationship between his workers and the benefiting community. He said there are fifty-seven box culverts to be constructed which includes the original design as well as replacing the old ones to a modern standard. Engr. Peter further disclosed that there are twelve culverts under-going demolition, setting out iron, foam work, and concrete frame.

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