Nasarawa State Government has commenced re-construction of the forty seven kilometers Toto to Umaisha road at the cost of over four billion naira.

Correspondent Aliyu Muraki who is on a three day media tour organized by the state NUJ reports that the twenty Six kilometers mararraba Loko to Udege road in Nasarawa Local Government Area has been completed by the Gov. Abdullahi Sule administration.

During the three day state wide media tour, they also inspected other projects to embarked upon by the state government including the completed Antau bridge in Keffi, ongoing three point six kilometers road dualization in Keffi,

In Karu, the team were at the completed Mega Bus Terminal, Peninsula Housing estate as well as the Muhammadu Buhari International market.

The NUJ media team also inspected the ongoing forty two kilometer road in Nunku awarded at the cost of over four billion naira, Gudi modern market and forty seven kilometers road from Moro junction to Moro all in Akwanga local government area of the State.

Speaking to team, some residents of Toto and Nasarawa local government expressed to the governor, Abdullahi Sule for providing the developmental projects


While in Wamba local government the team inspected the completed twenty two ashpalt kilometer road from Sisin – Baki, Kwarra to Farin ruwa aimed at boosting business activities and tourism in the State.

The multi million naira Nasarawa Eggon, Akwanga modern market and V I P Lodge were at various stages of completion.

About one thousand five hundred kilometers of rural road were rehabilitated by the Sule administration to allow farmers transport their goods from the farm to the market.

Some residents of both local government areas visited by the Nigeria of Journalists NUJ media team Said the Governor built over eighty seven primary and secondary schools, adding that,this administration has delivered so many pectors and woeing investors to invest in of business activities for socio-economic Development of the State.

Also most of the women interview expressed their gratitutes to governor Abdullahi Sule for empowering them with five thousands naira monthly as a support to continue with their business.
COV/Aliyu Muraki/Lafia.