An Estate developer in Bauchi State, Alhaji Rabiu Danjuma has commended the effort of Adamawa State Governor, Bindow Jibrilla for embarking on re-construction of bad roads in the state.
He said the project being undertaken by the governor involve roads which had remained in bad shape for many years.
The Estate developer who is from Adamawa State and holds the traditional title of Maiborno Batta of Batta kingdom in Adamawa state commended the governor while addressing journalists in Bauchi.
Danjuma said Bindow's administration will be remembered for the construction of the roads which previous governments left un attended to.
According to him,people have been clamouring for the repairs of the roads since the military era but to no avail until the coming of the Jibirila administration in the state.
Danjuma added that despite the financial crunch being faced by the state, the governor has performed well in the area of roads infrastructure which has received the governor's attention.
Among the roads marked for construction by the governor according to him were;Karewa-Masakare road, Gumti Road along Faro Bottling Company Limited linking Adamawa Sunshine transport park and part of Jambutu Quarters, Wuro Jabbe off Numan road, Yola bye pass to Upper Benue River Development Basin Authority quarters among others.
He said that they have done an independent assessment Alhaji in the North East Region saying that they have appreciated the efforts of the governors in developing the states despite the challenges.
The estate developer however said the effort of the Adamawa State governor was remarkable and will transform the state in a short time.
"We saw wonders. We encountered transformation. We saw creativity, experienced innovative ideas. We met one-on-one with an ongoing roads network construction development partners. We saw newly reconstructed roads that are unmotorable in the last 35 years but the government of his Excellency Bindow is now working to repair about 30 roads, all these developmental stride in just less than five months of his administration.
Source: Daily Trust