Gov. Badaru Attends Flag Off of 5,000 Housing Units in Kebbi

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GOVERNOR BADARU ATTENDS THE FLAG OFF OF 5,000 HOUSING UNITS IN KEBBI

The Jigawa state Governor Alhaji Muhammad Badaru Abubakar attended the ground breaking ceremony for the Constucrion of five thousand housing units which are expected to be allocated to low income earners free, in Kebbi State.

The Kebbi State Governor, Senator Abubakar Atiku who led the flagging off of the project disclosed that the houses are to be built under a robust partnership between Kebbi State Government and the African Nations Development Programme (ANDP).

Speaking at the event, Bagudu said that, the houses will be built in Argungu, Gwandu, Jega and Yauri Emirates.

The governor while underscoring the importance of housing in the society, also stated that, 21,000 plots of land will be provided to the people of the state.

The Kebbi Governor further disclosed that, the provision of affordable housing was part of the campaign promises of the APC.

He expressed delight that, in spite of the prevailing economic challenges, occasioned by raging global Coronavirus pandemic, a lot of physical and social infrastructure had been put in place across the country .

Jigawa State Governor, Alhaji Muhammad Badaru Abubakar, described his Kebbi colleage as workaholic, saying ,” apart from being the Sarkin Noma of Nigeria, I will also crowned you as the Sarkin Gidajen Talakawa.”

The Jigawa Governor also extolled the crucial roles Bagudu was playing in national development, in politics, agriculture and other sectors .

Highlight of the occasion was the foundation stone laying ceremony, unvieling of plaque and the cutting of tape to Flagg off the construction of the two bedroom bungalows by governor Atiku Bagudu.

Auwal D Sankara (FICA)
Senior Special Assistant to the Executive Governor of Jigawa State on New Media (Babban Mataimaki na Musamman Ga Maigirma Gwamnan Jihar Jigawa a Sabbin Kafafan sadarwa)

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