Plateau State governor, Simon Lalong, has given contractors handling renovation works at the Joseph Gomwalk State Secretariat two weeks to complete the job or face appropriate sanctions.
Governor Lalong gave the ultimatum yesterday during an inspection tour of ongoing projects in Jos, the Plateau State capital, as part of activities marking his 100 days in office.
He said the state government is working hard to pay contractors handling various projects in the state despite the struggle to receive bailouts from the federal government.
Lalong said the inspection was part of efforts to mark 100 days in office and to fulfill the promises made during his campaign.
“My administration is on a rescue mission and I would proffer solutions to the myriad of problems in the state.”
Lalong, who expressed disappointment on the slow pace of road construction in some areas, said the contractors must deliver within the two weeks timeframe
He also appealed to the people to forget all that took place in the past and rally round the government, as a new vista of opportunity is open for citizens.
Some of the roads visited include Secretariat Junction, Old Airport, lowcost, Tudun Wada, Dogon Karfe, Zololo Junction and Dilimi among others.

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