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Benue government to construct two overhead bridges in Makurdi

Mr Kula said the bridges would be constructed in Wurukum and High-Level roundabout.

The Benue government on Thursday approved the construction of two overhead bridges in Makurdi, the state capital.

Tersoo Kula, the chief press secretary to Governor Hyacinth Alia, stated this at the end of the state executive council meeting in Makurdi.

Mr Kula said the bridges would be constructed in Wurukum and High-Level roundabout.

He said the council also directed the Ministry of Works, Housing and Urban Development to work out modalities for the contract award for constructing two overhead bridges.

Mr Kula said the council also approved the restructuring of seven state Ministries to make them function like their counterparts at the federal level.

He said the council also approved the establishment of the Benue Public Service Institute (BPSI), which would take care of the training and retraining of the state workers to improve their capabilities.

Mr Kula said the council also approved the construction of one prominent rural road for each of the three senatorial zones of the state.

He said the council also thanked Vice President Kashima Shettima for visiting the state.

(NAN)

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