The Commissioner of Housing and Urban development of Adamawa State, Engr Abubakar Idris Bajabure during an inspection of street lights installation in Jimeta, the state’s capital and other Local Government areas told our reporter that the work has significantly increase the internally generated revenue (IGR) of the state upto 80 percent.
The work he said is making economy activities go higher,buying and selling of good, services in other places of the state at night possible most especially banks transactions as against what is obtainable before.
According to him the lightening of the streets has greatly reduced crime rates, in cubing of crime and other illicit activities, the Executive Governor of the state, Senator Muhammad Umaru Jibrilla Bindow vowed to install functional streets light in all the major roads in and around the state capital.
“As you can see me in the field with my Men trying to fix some of the street lights, take this from me the state Governor is standing toes and nails to see that Adamawa State become more beautiful,crime free environment.
“Of recent he purchased two other generating plant to add with the ones we are having in order to get steady street lightening without any interruption to help in keeping the state safe and beautiful. ” Bajabure said
“This is in connection with the on going transformation agenda he has position himself to achieve in all sector of the state’s economy. ” He added
He called on the people of the state to support the present government led by Bindow in reporting anybody who is vandalising the equipments.
Recall that the Bindow led administration has installed streetlight covering over 86 kilometres of Yola North (Jimeta), Yola South, Numan and Mubi as the first pilot Local Government areas.
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