Executive Governor of Plateau State, Barrister Caleb Mutfwang on Monday embarked on inspection of roads that were rehabilitated within Jos-Bukuru metropolis.
Residents of Jos who are beneficiaries of the roads at any point visited, came out praising him for the developmental strides, particularly on the road projects he initiated.
The first port of call was the Plateau State Specialist Hospital roundabout, leading to Ibrahim Taiwo, Hill – Station Junction, Rwang -Pam Street. After which Mutfwang in the company of his entourage, took off to Masalacin Juma’a, Zololo Junction, Angwan Rukuba to Millionaires Quarters among others.
Governor Mutfwang who was elated by the expression of appreciation for the initiative of the road networks, expressed satisfaction with the quality of work executed, emphasizing his administrations commitment to changing the developmental narratives in the state.
Governor Caleb Mutfwang who addressed residents of Masalacin Juma’a and Angwan Rukuba, restated his administration’s determination at strengthening unity among Muslims and Christians as well as all the ethnic nationalities in the state.
According to him, the primary focus of his administration was to make roads motorable and construct new ones in order to enhance the beauty of the state capital and to boost the economy of Plateau State. He gave the assurance that plans were in the pipeline to embark on larger projects in the near future.
” We want to ensure that every nook and cranny of Jos – Bukuru metropolis is improved to make the city a welcomed abode to all visitors and residents “, Mutfwang assured.
Expressing satisfaction for the milestones achieved so far in roads projects, the Executive Governor, promised to execute more projects across the 17 Local Government Areas of the state. He affirmed that the government has just started. Adding ” What you see, is just a tip of an iceberg. Despite financial constraints ,we are determined to change the developmental narratives of Plateau State.
Speaking also, the Commissioner of Works, Honourable Bulus Lekshak and the General Manager, Plateau State Road Maintenance Agency (PSRMA), Engr. Luka Davou, assured of the present administration’s commitment to improving citizens’ living conditions.
They commended Governor Mutfwang for the timely release of funds which they revealed had enhanced the quality of work being executed. He promised not to disappoint the government and people of the state in that regard.
The governor was accompanied on the inspection visit by the Deputy Governor, Ngo Josephine Piyo , and the State Executive members.