Kwara to complete grading of Kishi-Kaima Federal road in two weeks

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The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Transport, Dr Yusuf Manjo has assured motorists plying the 63km Kishi-Kaiama federal road that the on going grading of the road by Kwara Road Maintenance Agency (KWARMA) will be completed in the next two weeks.

Dr Manjo gave the assurance on Saturday, 23rd November 2019, while addressing some stakeholders at Moshi Gada, Tese, Gberia and Aboki during a routine inspection and monitoring of the grading exercise.

The Permanent Secretary commended the agency for the commitment to work in order to ensure the quality of work is top notch, especially the job done from Kishi to Moshi Gada and Tese. He urged the agency to redouble the grading exercise from Gberia and Aboki.

The monitoring team also paid a courtesy call on His Royal Highness, the Emir of Kaiama, Alhaji Muazu Omar where the Permanent Secretary assured the Emir that the road grading exercise will be completed in the next two weeks, noting that the grading of Kaiama-Bode Saadu road up to Channage 56 at Dedegi shall commence immediately the grading work is completed along Kaiama-Kishi federal road.

In his remarks, His Royal Highness, the Emir of Kaiama, Alhaji Muazu Omar expressed appreciation to the Governor of Kwara State, Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq for approving funds to KWARMA for the road grading exercise.

The visitation team for the monitoring and inspection includes the Director Civil Engineering Unit of the Ministry, General Manager, KWARMA, and the HOD operations, KWARMA.


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