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Benue: Governor Ortom to commission Gbajimba-Daudu highway in mid-2022

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Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom has expressed hope that ongoing construction work on the Gbajimba-Daudu highway will be completed by mid-2022.

Governor Ortom testified Monday while inspecting construction work on the highway shortly after the virtual commissioning of the model classroom blocks built at Government Technical College, Gbajimba.

The governor, who was accompanied by the Commissioner of Works and Transportation, Ing Alexander Shaapera and other members of the State Executive Council, also expressed his satisfaction that the construction of bridges and culverts was almost finished, noting that the road when completed will improve . on the local government economy and support the fight against insecurity.

The over 70 kilometer highway through Kaseyo, Tse-Akenyi, Umenger and Uikpam costs N3.5 billion and is being built by Triacta Construction Company Nigeria Limited.

Governor Ortom, who also inspected the ongoing construction work on the Gbajimba-Tse-Akaahena highway that ends at the Benue-Nasarawa border, expressed his satisfaction with the level of work done so far.

He stated that as the rains subside, works on the highway are expected to be completed in a month and ready for commissioning.

The governor explained that the two roads, once completed, would facilitate security surveillance and facilitate the response to emergency calls.

He reiterated the determination of his administration to continue providing basic services such as roads, water and electricity to the population of the state.

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