Gusau Emir’s New Palace Costs Zamfara Govt. N505m
Zamfara State government is spending 505 million Naira to provide a new palace for the Emir of Gusau.
The Governor of the State, Abdul’aziz Yari, inspected the project on Saturday.
The governor said he is satisfied with the quality of work done. He described the project as beneficial to the people.
I wonder how?
The News Agency of Nigeria reported that the new emirs’ palace, which is one of the modern palaces being built by the government, has a spacious reception, dinning room, Emir’s wing and guest houses.
It also has boys quarters and girls arena, Sarkin Gida and Sarkin Dogarai quarters, a school and a mosque, perimeter fence with 2 gates.
In a statement by his spokesman, Ibrahim Dosara, Governor Yari also inspected the reconstruction of 23-km Gusau Bypass.
In July, state authorities awarded the road to TRIACTA Construction Ltd at a cost of 2.2 billion Naira.
Yari urged the contractors to ensure timely completion of the projects which he described as developmental.
The governor had earlier met with heads of security agencies over the security situation in the state, appealing to the people to ensure that the projects were protected against damage or abuse.
Earlier, the Chairman of the State Project Monitoring Committee, Lawal Liman, assured the governor of supervision of the contractors to ensure delivery of quality jobs.