In a significant boost to infrastructural development, Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of kwara state has successfully secured multibillion naira road projects that will enhance connectivity across different regions of the state, particularly Kwara North and Kwara South.
During a recent cabinet meekting, Governor AbdulRazaq informed the council that major road projects are set to commence shortly in Kwara North and Kwara South. Contractors have been mobilized to various sites, with an impressive financial commitment of at least N40 billion.
The governor attributed this substantial gain to recent policy initiatives by the Federal Government.
The identified major roads earmarked for development include: Kosubosu-Kaiama-Bode Sa’adu (130km).
This expansive road project aims to improve connectivity and accessibility within the region, covering a significant distance of 130 kilometers.
Lafiagi-Shonga-Bacita (83km), another crucial road project, spanning 83 kilometers, is designed to enhance transportation links and contribute to the overall development of the area.
Okuta-Gwanara-Bukoro (32km), focused on connecting Okuta, Gwanara, and Bukoro, this 32-kilometer road project holds strategic importance for facilitating economic activities and social interactions.
Offa-Ojoku-Afon-Eiyenkorin (49km), this extensive road project spanning 49 kilometers is poised to connect Offa, Ojoku, Afon, and Eiyenkorin, providing improved access and promoting regional integration.
Moreover, the Offa-Ojoku-Afon-Eiyenkorin road is expected to burst out at Odo-Otin local government in Osun State, emphasizing the collaborative efforts between neighboring states for enhanced regional connectivity.
Governor AbdulRazaq’s commitment to these road projects underscores the administration’s dedication to fostering development, reducing travel time, and improving overall infrastructure in Kwara State.