By; BUHARI B. BELLO, Jos
Governor Simon Bako Lalong has expressed satisfaction with the level of preparedness for President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to the state on Thursday this week.
He made this known during inspection of projects initiated by his predecessors and the ones done by the regime in Jos.
During the visit to some of the projects started and inherited by his government which included the Yelwa Club to Rayfield road, the secretariat junction flyover bridge and the secretariat junction- mararaba jama’a dual roads which are all at the final stage of completion.
The governor also inspected work at the old Airport road, Domkat Bali road and low cost road to ensure that nothing was left on the project.
President Buhari is also expected to inspect some ongoing projects like the bridge linking Unguwan Rogo and Ali Kazaure in the metropolis.
Besides, the president is also expected to commission 400 tractors purchased by the administration and meet with stakeholders on the peace building efforts in the troubled state.
Speaking after the inspection, the governor said, “we had several interventions and we equally purchased more then 400 tractors to boost agriculture in the state because this year we are expecting a bumper harvest.
“Plateau State will also be exporting potatoes to foreign countries,” he added.