….visits retired supreme court justice
The Governor of Kebbi Date Alhaji Abubakar Atiku Bagudu has vowed to complete all ongoing rural roads before handing over in 2023.
He also wish the retired Supreme Court Justice Uthman Mohammed quick recovery after his discharge from his hospital admission.
Gov. Atiku Bagudu on Saturday May 1 2021 said completing the ongoing road projects in the state, especially in rural areas toward enhancing road transportation across the state, is his immediate priority.
Bagudu disclosed this when he visited Zabdo village in Augie Local Government Area of Kebbi to ascertain the level of completion of ongoing projects.
The governor assured that his administration would do its best to complete ongoing road construction linking Fakon Sarki-Sabla Zabarma, Sabla Maisamari-Zabdo-Bayawa.
Bagudu also pledged commitment to the provision of socio-economic amenities with emphasis on water supply, school, healthcare services, agriculture support and electricity supply.
He drove through the newly constructed road from Bubuce to Bayawa which, he acknowledged, was executed to his satisfaction
He also thanked the people of the state for their cooperation with the government during the COVID 19 lockdown and enjoin them to take the vaccines and also keep to all non-pharmaceutical guidelines as directed by the Federal Ministry of Health.
In another development the governor paid a private visit to a retired Justice of the Supreme Court, Justice Uthman Mohammed, at his residence in Argungu to wish him quick recovery after returning from treatment.
Mohammed expressed gratitude to the governor for his sympathy, empathy and benevolence toward uplifting the welfare of his people.