ADRAMP set to construct more roads in 2018 says coordinator
The Coordinator of Adamawa State Rural Access and Mobility Project two (ADRAMP -2), Engr Abbas Adamu says there is much of rural accessibility roads construction in Adamawa State to meet the initial targets of 500 kilometers roads designed to realise by sponsors agencies.
According to Abbas the completion of 200.1 kilometers is almost done and the remaining 300 kilometers road will begin in earnest as companies with interest has submitted their proposals for the work to begin.
He further said that the road construction is a join effort of Agence Francaise Developpement,World Bank as co-sponsors and Adamawa State Government as Co-Sponsors of all the rural construction, rehabilitation and maintenance in the state.
“As I always say without the efforts of the state government we will not be here, I must appreciate the support of Governor Muhammadu Umaru Jibrila Bindow for given us maximum cooperation to succeed.” Abbas said
He continued to say that there are security challenges in the Northern part of the state that are sharing borders with Borno state making some contractors vacate site because of Boko Haram insurgents attacks and of recent the Fulani Herdsmen and farmers clashes.
Thanking host communities for cooperating with companies working in their environment and helping in the maintenance of the constructed roads
He however warn any contractor who will not work base on the specification of the contract terms or fail to deliver the job at the agreed time.
Stating that the contract can be withdrawn or be given to any suitable and capable construction company to handle.