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Regardless of N757.48bn spending plan, FG streets still in deterioration, helping herders’ assaults

Posted by on June 24, 2019Skip to Comment



Ifeanyi Onuba, Nnodim Okechukwu, Deji Lambo, John Charles, Ada Wodu, Peter Dada, Ademola Babalola, Ogbonna Casmir and Bola Bamigbola

Notwithstanding N757.48bn planned for street restoration and remaking by the Federal Government since 2015, a large portion of its streets are still in a horrendous condition of decay.

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Examinations by The Naijalitz in the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria demonstrated that the budgetary assignment had not had calculable effects on the streets the nation over the same number of them had progressed toward becoming blemishes, yet additionally humiliations to a country looking for financial specialists.

Discoveries likewise demonstrated that the awful condition of the streets had been helping desperados and herders, who slaughtered and grabbed voyagers in blocked spots on these parkways.

The N757.48bn planned by the Federal Government for the street division was touched base at dependent on the examination of the figures contained in the yearly spending records for 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 and got from the Budget Office of the Federation.

As indicated by the examination of the spending reports by our journalists, N17.8bn was planned for streets and extensions by the Federal Government in the 2015 spending plan, while the figure rose to N132.4bn in 2016 for more than 50 streets and scaffolds’ undertaking.

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In 2017, the allotment rose to N263.28bn for more than 200 streets and scaffolds’ ventures, while N344bn was planned for the 2018 monetary period.

Examination of the monetary allowance demonstrated that N1.6bn was planned for the Abuja-Abaji Road, N1.51bn for the Kano-Maiduguri Road, N1.05bn for the dualisation of the Obajana-Benin, N1.04bn for the Enugu-Port Harcourt Road, among others

Further examination of the spending record demonstrated that in 2016, N13bn was planned for the dualisation of the Kano-Maiduguri Road, Sections I-V; while N8.7bn was appropriated for the reproduction and asphalt fortifying of areas of the Benin-Sagamu Expressway.

In a similar vein, N14.2bn was appropriated for the development of the Oju/Loko Oweto Bridge to interface Loko and Oweto streets that associate Benue State to Nasarawa State and Oshegbudu-Oweto Road, while N13bn was appropriated for the concession of the Second Niger Bridge.

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