Kebbi Govt. partners with World Bank on rural roads

Written by on March 29, 2021

Kebbi State government has partnered with the World Bank to build modern markets and the construction of rural roads across the state.

Briefing reporters in Birnin Kebbi, the state capital, the Commissioner for Agricultural and Rural Developments, Abdullahi Maigari Dakingari disclosed that the implementation of Rural Access and Agricultural Marketing Projects (RAAMP) has come to full swing, as the state government had fulfilled all conditions for the implementation of the projects in Kebbi.

He noted that 450 kilometres of the rural roads have already been earmarked.

Maigari added that there would also be other road construction works in the state; consisting of routine maintenance of about 700 kilometres cutting across all the 21 local government areas.

He said the work will cover rehabilitation of 200 kilometres of some selected roads across the state and upgrades of 125 kilometres of road from laterite road to asphalt roads.

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