Plateau State governor, Simon Lalong at the weekend inspected the N1.4 billion House of Assembly complex as part of activities marking his 100 days in office with a promise to continue to provide dividends of democracy to the people of the state. .
Governor Lalong who went round the assembly complex was accompanied by his deputy, Prof. Sonni Tyoden, the Speaker, Peter Azi and other members of the House.
He said “when we came in, there were no seats, it was an empty hall and I was wondering how we can make up within the next few months or 100 days but today we have the opportunity for our House of Assembly to resume in this complex.”
The Speaker, Peter Azi said Governor Lalong’s determination to ensure that the complex was completed showed that the governor has not forgotten his constituency.
The contractor, Kamba Raful told journalists that N578 million had been earmarked for the renovation of the assembly complex, the speaker’s and deputy speaker’s residents in 2008.
He however said an additional N823 million had been earmarked by Governor Lalong in August to get the renovation to its present level and promised to handover the three projects in the next five months.

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