Plateau State government has promised not to leave any project uncompleted before the end of its administration, State Commissioner for Housing and Urban development Solomon Maren, stated this when he took a tour of some ongoing projects in the state.
Inspecting the 5km road network and the block of classrooms at Government Secondary School Wase, as well as a drainage system, the Commissioner expressed satisfaction with the level of work and urged the contractor, Magobiz Nigeria Limited through it’s site engineer, Majuad Gonet, to increase speed of work. At the project in Kanam, the commissioner was dissatisfied with the 5km township road network and directed the contractor, Ric Rock construction company through its site engineer Samson Oderinde, to mobilize the site with immediate effect as government will not accept excuses from any contractor. At Government College Amper and the General Hospital in Kwal both in Kanke Local Government Area, Solomon Maren and his entourage were encouraged by the state of work but not withstanding the contractor handling the project were advised by the Commissioner to double up effort.
At the general hospital in Pankshin the contractor, Emzo global concept, through Cornelius Datuk took the commissioner round the various projects which include the renovation of wards, the new amenity ward, laboratory and administrative block and implore the Commissioner to release more funds to facilitate the completion process.
The commissioner was also at the site of the re-awarded 5km road network in Pankshin undertaken by Ric Rock Construction Company where heavy duty machines were at work.