Chairman Sumaila Local Government Area of Kano State, Abdulhamid Idris Rimi has passionately appealed to Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje to pay compensation for the land acquired for project in the area.
The chairman who made the appeal during the commissioning of Government Technical College, Sumaila also called on the state government to intervene in restoring electricity to Sumaila town and assist the council in its determination to rectify the age–long water problem facing its headquarters.
In his speech during the commissioning, Governor Ganduje had promised to make funds available for the completion of Sumaila town water and electricity projects, in view of their importance to the socio-economic development of the local government.
On the technical school which was awarded in 2013, the governor noted that it was constructed at the sum of over N177 million, consisting of several laboratories, workshops, classes, administrative block and other infrastructure, and therefore
urged youths in the area to take advantage of the school to acquire skills to enable them become self reliant instead of becoming liabilities to their parents and communities.
The governor noted the abandonment of the road project in the area, and directed the contractor handling it to return to site.
Governor Ganduje, who gave the directive during the commissioning of Government Technical School, Sumaila, said the directive was in line with the administration’s commitment to completing projects inherited from the immediate past administration.
He also promised to make funds available for the completion of Sumaila town water and electricity projects in view of their importance to the socio-economic development of the local government.
Meanwhile, governor Ganduje has inspected and commissioned some projects executed by the state and local government councils, including the completed Gadar Mahauta – Bakin Kasuwar-Rimi culvert and interlocking, Magashi drainage, Panisau – Koranchi culvert and drainage, Yahaya Mai Mai road dualization, Kuka Daya – Gama E culvert, and Layin Kuka Unguwa uku drainage in Kano Municipal, Gwale, Ungoggo and Nassarawa local government areas.


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