FG Reacts To Damage Of Federal Road In Kano

Portion of the road shoulders on Kano Western Bypass damaged during the construction of the filling station

The Permanent Secretary Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Babangida Hussaini has called on the Nigerian public to support the Federal government to ensure all Federal roads and utilities across the nation are kept in good condition.

This was contained in a press statement signed by the ministry’s Director Press and Public Relations, Boade Akinola on Wednesday, January 12, 2022.

TheFact Nigeria recalled that Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami had in November last year directed state Attorneys- General to prosecute Culprits of Federal Road Damage.

The Permanent Secretary strongly warned members of the public to desist from any activity that will cause damage to our roads, reminding that government will not hesitate to take full course of the law against violators.

The filling station

Hussaini’s warning came in reaction to a portion of the road shoulders on Kano Western bypass damaged during the construction of a filling station by one Alhaji Sabi’u Farinwata whom Hussaini had given a stern warning and instructions to refix the damaged portions to standard as specified by his ministry.

The Permanent Secretary reminded the general public on the mandate of the Honourable Minister of Works and Housing in ensuring that all Federal roads across the country are maintained and kept in good condition in order to last their lifespan.

He enjoined Nigerians to support the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari in its efforts at providing good road infrastructure across the country for the benefit of Nigerians.

“This administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has committed alot of resources to fix and refix our road infrastructure, it is therefore incumbent upon us all to ensure the proper usage and maintenance for them to last”, Hussaini stated.

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