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World Bank, Kano To Build 6,300km Rural Roads

World Bank, Kano To Build 6,300km Rural Roads

World Bank, Kano To Build 6,300km Rural Roads

World Bank, Kano To Build 6,300km Rural Roads

The Kano State Government will build 6,300 km of rural roads throughout the state in cooperation with the World Bank and the French Development Agency.

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This was said by Yahaya GarinAli, the director-general of the Kano State Rural Access and Agricultural Marketing Project, as she opened a five-day training session for 152 enumerators on data collection, strategies, and recording of RAAMP road features in the state.

The RAAMP Project’s Development Communication Specialist, Adamu Abdullahi, said Garin Ali in a statement that was acquired on Wednesday. He reaffirmed the government’s commitment to expanding the state’s agricultural infrastructure and boosting access to roadways.

World Bank, Kano To Build 6,300km Rural Roads

‘’The DG, therefore, urged the participants to consider the assignment as their contribution to the state which requires ardent dedication and commitment to commensurate with efforts of the state government on improving the lives of the citizenry,” the statement said.

On his part, the State Project Coordinator, Sunusi Suleiman, described the training as a fulfillment of the requirements by the World Bank to operationalize the use of Nigeria Rural Transport Infrastructure Management System software designed to help monitor the progress of work during construction.’’

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Suleiman further explained that the aim of the training was to teach the enumerators the function of the NiRTMS using the software application to track rural roads network as well as record engineering, environmental and social features including schools, and mosques, markets, settlements, and farmland among others.


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