17 November 2012

Nigeria: Nasarawa State Govt to Complete Abandoned Projects - Commissioner

Lafia — Mrs Victoria Titi-Monde, Nasarawa State Commissioner for Information and Orientation, said on Saturday that Gov. Tanko Al-makura would complete all abandoned projects in the state.

Titi-Monde said this at a session with journalists in Lafia.

She said the administration was working to ensure that all abandoned projects in the state were completed as soon as possible.

"The government has also completed new projects including the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Lafia and the State House of Assembly, among others," she added.

She urged the people to support the government to trigger meaningful development in the state.

"Al-makura has the interest of the people at heart and would do everything to give to them the much needed dividends of democracy," she said.

She said the recent visit to the state by the National Good Governance team led by the Minister of Information, Mr Labaran Maku, was an opportunity to showcase some of the projects to the world.


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