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Kebbi Governor Vows Support for Indigenous Contractors

Governor Nasir Idris of Kebbi State has reaffirmed his commitment to bolstering local contractors, highlighting the imperative of expediting development initiatives. The governor made this pledge during a recent inspection of the ongoing construction of the ultramodern State Secretariats Complex.

Expressing contentment with the project’s progress, Governor Idris urged contractors to uphold stringent quality standards. He lauded the commendable efforts of ZBCC Construction Company and M-TEC Construction Nig. Ltd., underscoring the vital role of vigilant supervision by state officials in ensuring project excellence.

Governor Idris assured Kebbi State residents of forthcoming capital projects, underscoring his unwavering dedication to fulfilling electoral promises. The governor’s remarks also extended appreciation to M-Tech Company and the contractor overseeing the street lights project, recognizing their significant contributions to the state’s infrastructure development.

Notable figures present at the inspection included the Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Minister of State for Education, Head of Service (HOS), alongside other key officials.

Governor Idris’s commitment to supporting indigenous contractors underscores the state’s dedication to fostering local expertise and driving sustainable development initiatives for the benefit of Kebbi State and its residents.

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