Wednesday, 9 December 2020

Bauchi Government To Renovate Government House With ₦6.1 Billion


 Bauchi govt to renovate govt house with N6.1bn, says present structure “embarrassing”

Bauchi State Government has planned to renovate is Government house with over N6.1billion.

The information was released by the Commissioner for Environment and Housing Mr. Hamisu Muazu Shira while speaking with journalists.

He said that the present Government House was built during the creation of the state in 1976.

Acccording to him, the current structure is an embarrassment.

He added: “If you check some states that were created the same time with Bauchi State, you will see that almost all of them have reconstructed government houses.

“This structure was built by the military government. We have presented a memo during the Executive Council meeting before the governor and N6.1billion will be spent to reconstruct the Government House.

“Also, we are going to reconstruct Bauchi Government Lodge in Abuja where the governor, his deputy, speaker, chief judge, secretary to the state government and journalists can make use of anytime they are in Abuja. The governor’s office around the ECOWAS headquarters will be remodelled too. This will cost the government N3.1million





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