Adamawa Greenlights Construction of New Flyover and Super Highway

Adamawa Government Embarks on Ambitious Model Schools Project Across State, and also Greenlights Construction of New Flyover and Super Highway
Adamawa Government Embarks on Ambitious Model Schools Project Across State

Adamawa Greenlights Construction of New Flyover and Super Highway

In a significant stride towards infrastructure development, the Adamawa State Executive Council, under the leadership of Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri, has given the nod for the construction of a vital flyover bridge and a state-of-the-art Super Highway within the State Capital.

The decision, reached in a council meeting on Friday, held at the Council Chambers in the Government House Yola, also saw approval granted for the construction of a strategically located warehouse within the Government House premises.

Commissioner Neido Geoffrey Kufulto, of the Ministry of Information and Strategy, addressed the press corps shortly after the meeting.

She disclosed that the construction of the flyover at the Mubi Roundabout in the state capital aims to alleviate traffic congestion and catalyze increased socio-economic activities within the State.

This venture has been entrusted to MSSR Triacta Nigeria Limited, with an allocated budget of N9,264,498,753 and a targeted completion time of 18 months.

Hon. Kufulto further expounded that the Executive Council has greenlit the ambitious Super Highway project, set to stretch from Welcome to Yola at the Federal Government Girls’ College, connecting Rumde Kila to the Army Barracks Junction in Yola.

The contract, awarded to MSSR Triacta Nigeria Limited, entails the construction of a 20.8km stretch of road at a cost of N21,819,248,239.30, within a scheduled timeframe of 30 months.

In another strategic move, the Council approved the establishment of a Warehouse within the precincts of the Government House, Yola. Commissioner Kufulto elucidated that these Warehouses will be anchored on a rock-solid foundation, distinguished by a topographical difference of 150mm.

Once completed, they are anticipated to boast an impressive storage capacity of 7,800 metric tons of filled rice and similar grains.

The contract for this venture has been entrusted to MSSR Medugu Commercial and Construction Company, with an allotted budget of N291,015,585.07kb.

This development signals a promising stride forward for Adamawa State, as these projects hold the promise of not only enhancing transportation and logistics but also bolstering the agricultural sector, thereby contributing to the overall prosperity and growth of the State.



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