Alhaji Abdulrahman Musa, the Governor of Taiwa in Niger Republic, has commissioned two road projects in Sokoto State, as part of activities to mark the third years of Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal in office.
The roads projects included the 3.2-kilometre township asphalt road along NNPC Mega Station to Salame/Mabera axis at the cost of N175 million, and less than 1 kilometre road in Agwai area of Sokoto metropolis at the cist of N95 million.
The 3.2-kilometre road was also named after the President of Niger Republic, Alhaji Mohammoudu Yusuf.
Speaking at the event, Tambuwal said the projects were part of his campaign promises to the people of the areas.
He noted that the roads would enhance socio-economic activities within the state capital.
Also speaking, Musa commended Tambuwal for executing projects that have direct bearing on the well being of the people in the state.
He noted that since he arrived at the state capital, Sokoto, he had noticed with keen interest the turnaround of the state in terms of developmental projects under the Tambuwal administration.
Musa also commended the mutual relationship that exists between the two states and urged for more economic collaboration.