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RAMP2 Coordinator Praises Gov. Bindow for paying 100% counterparts funding for rural roads

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By Dan Garba,Yola

The Coordinator of Rural Access and Mobilization Project2 (RAMP2) in Adamawa state, Engr Vwampamki Bafyu Praises Governor for his efforts to settled 100% of the counterparts funding that will make all rural communities to have access roads.

“Despite economy dwindling encroaching in all sectors of the country’s economy Governor Bindow has really tried greatly in the payment of all the expected counterparts funding in other to create access roads to our rural communities”. Bafyau said

Bafyu revealed this to Journalist in Gamlaja,Mayo Belwa Local Government of the state during a site visit by the State Projects Monitoring Committee (SPMC).

He also commend  the World Bank being one of the donor agencies in making sure all communities in the state are accessible through RAMP2.

He said the laudable achievements of the Governor to provide 69,671,259 Million naira to create the Bumanga to Gamlanja 10km road and the second phase of the Project in Mayo Belwa LGA is Worth being commending.

Also the Chairman State Project Monitoring Committee (SPMC), Engr John Garba enjoin the people of Rogange Gamlanja,one of the benefitting communities to support the present Government by their community social services in other to maintain the roads.

In their separate response Joel Musa a resident of Rogange said for them to have a dead trap and a neglected road running to 9.4 Klm constructed by Bindow is only God that will bless him. Amidst tears of Joy Adamu Ibrahim the Village head of Galmja thank RAMP and shower praise to the state’s Governor to have them and mind for the historic road constructed for their sake.

The Contractor Alh. Mohammed MC assured the state Government to doing a perfect Job that will stand the test of time,appreciate the level of cooperation and support he being enjoying by the people of the community.

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