Sen. Ndume Initiates Roads Construction In Southern Borno

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In a bid to address the pressing issue of dilapidated roads in Borno South, Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume has taken proactive steps to facilitate the construction of crucial road infrastructure, among the key projects is the revitalization of the Izge – Yinagu-Butuku roads, spanning a significant fourteen kilometers, in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Agriculture.

The Izge – Yinagu-Butuku road network serves as a vital lifeline for residents of Borno and neighboring states like Adamawa, serving as a pivotal link to the Madagali-Michika roads. Its strategic importance cannot be overstated, as it plays a crucial role in fostering social and economic growth within the region.

During his last visit to Izge, Senator Ndume reaffirmed his commitment to prioritizing the rehabilitation of these critical roadways, acknowledging their significance to the local communities and the broader state. His promise to address the longstanding issues plaguing these roads has now materialized into action, with construction work officially commencing.

Senator Ndume has been actively engaging with relevant stakeholders to address the broader infrastructure challenges facing Borno South. Just yesterday, he met with the Minister of Works to discuss the deplorable conditions of other vital routes such as the Pulka-Gwoza-Limankara roads and the Biu-Gombe roads.

Furthermore, Sen. Ndume alongside his colleagues, Barr MT Monguno and Barr Kakashehu Lawan, is slated to further engage with the Minister of Works to accelerate progress on various road construction and rehabilitation initiatives across Borno South. Their collective efforts signify a concerted commitment to enhancing transportation infrastructure and fostering socio-economic development within the region.


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