National Co-ordinator of Rural Access sans
Ularamu listed the four participating states under the agreement as: Adamawa, Enugu,
Under the scheme, he said 500 kilometres of rural roads would be constructed in each of the participating states.
The RAMP, an agency under
The National Co-ordinator assured that work would soon begin on the selected rural roads in the states, noting that the process of hiring contractors and consultants to execute the projects is already on.
He pointed out that the construction of rural roads would greatly complement the efforts of the present administration to transform agricultural sector and ensure food security in the country under the Agricultural Transformation Agenda (ATA).
Ularamu equally recalled that under RAMP 1, the construction of rural roads in
Consequently, he urged the participating States in the RAMP 11 project to pay their counterpart funding for immediate take-off of the projects in the States.
Also speaking, the Governor of
Aregbesola noted that the RAMP project is a positive contribution towards helping state governments in
According to Aregbesola who was represented by
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