By Abah Benjamin Eneojoh

Governor Ahmed Usman Ododo of Kogi State has made a significant stride in revolutionizing the state’s infrastructure by approving the construction of eight township roads across the three senatorial districts.

This visionary decision is poised to enhance economic growth, improve the quality of life for residents, and bridge the infrastructure gap in the state.

The approved roads, strategically located in each senatorial district, will serve as vital links connecting key towns and cities, thereby facilitating seamless movement and commerce.

This development underscores Governor Ododo’s unwavering commitment to fostering inclusive progress and addressing the infrastructure needs of the state.

The Kogi State Road Maintenance Agency (KOGROMA) has been tasked with the immediate rehabilitation and reconstruction of these roads. The affected roads and their locations include Egbe township road in Yagba West LGA, Idah township road, Abejukolo township road in Omala LGA, Aiyetoro township road in Ijumu LGA, and Felele-Agbaja Road in Lokoja Local Government.

Additionally, Oguma township road in Bassa LGA, Anyigba township road in Dekina LGA, and Mopa township road in Mopamuro Local Government are also part of the approved projects.

Furthermore, Governor Ododo has previously approved the total overhaul of the equipment under the Kogi State Road Maintenance Agency (KOGROMA).

This initiative is expected to enhance connectivity and accessibility, improve road safety, stimulate local economies, create job opportunities, and enhance the overall quality of life for residents.

Governor Ododo’s approval of these township roads exemplifies his administration’s dedication to delivering impactful projects that benefit the people of Kogi State.

As the state continues to flourish under his leadership, it is evident that Governor Ododo’s vision for a more prosperous and developed Kogi State is being realized.

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