The Sokoto state government has reiterated it’s commitment to complete all the ongoing projects inherited from Attahiru Bafarawa and Aliyu Magatakarda Administrations.
Governor Aminu waziri Tambuwal disclosed this while briefing newsmen shortly after he paid an unscheduled inspection of the ongoing construction of Isa Division of High Court of Justice complex awarded in 2006.
According to Tambuwal, it was the cardinal policy of his administration to complete ongoing inherited projects since large sums of monies have been injected in such projects
He therefore explained that his decision to complete pending projects came after reviewing the contracts for the construction of three Zonal Divisions of High Court of Justice awarded by the Bafarawa Administration at Isa, Gwadabawa and Tambuwal local government.
Governor Tambuwal said that the sum of N226 million would be expended on each of the three projects.
He expressed satisfaction with the level and quality of the project, saying that High Court complex in sokoto is also being renovated and upgraded by the state government adding that the sum of 525 million Naira would be expended on the project.
He further said that the decision to upgrade the complex is to improve quality of Justice in the state, stressing that completion of ongoing inherited projects should not be politicised.
Governor Tambuwal said that it was in consideration of the importance of the ongoing inherited projects to the benefitting communities his administration decided to complete the state IPP, kalambaina and Gidan Salanke housing estates,as well as college of Agriculture Wurno and college of legal studies Wamakko.
The Governor further said that his administration has also completed inherited water schemes projects at Asari, Gagi Runjin Sambo among others.