Mr Musa Tete, the state Project Coordinator,
He said that N1.5 billion had been spent on the construction of 137 bridges in the state.
Tete also disclosed that the state government had remitted its 20 per cent counter-part funding.
He said the roads would help in transportation of farm produce to the nearest markets.
"It would also help in transporting people with medical problems to the nearest primary health care centres," he said.
The coordinator said the bank had also pledged to repair more rural roads in the state under the second phase of the project commencing in October.
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