From Ibrahim Kaulahi, Gusau
Governor Dauda Lawal of Zamfara State has today (Wednesday) flagged off the road construction of Gusau township to commence his administration’s urban renewal project.
Phase one of the urban renewal commenced with four road construction covering 3.5 kilometers, including junction improvements and drainages.
Governor Lawal explained that the road construction is part of the promises made during the campaign, to build more roads, as well as modernize and maintain existing ones.
While flagging off, he reiterated that urban renewal is one of his administration’s top priorities aimed at addressing the lack of development in cities and towns since the creation of the state.
“The first phase of the project involves reconstructing and improving 3.5km of township roads in Gusau, the State capital, as well as enhancing the drainage system.
“The construction will cover Bello Barau Roundabout – Old Market Road, Bello Barau Roundabout – Central Police Station Road, Bello Barau Roundabout – Government House Road, and Kwanar Yan Keke – Emir’s Palace – Tankin Ruwa Road.
“The Zamfara State Government believed that by making roads more accessible and reliable, it creates an environment that attracts investments, boosts tourism, and empowers local businesses.
“The Governor also urged the residents of Gusau town to be patient during the constructions, adding that genuine progress sometimes comes with temporary inconveniences, but the results will far outweigh the difficulties.”