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Takum-wukari highway To Get Attention, Governor Kefas plans Construction To Halt Banditry

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In a strategic move aimed at addressing Longstanding security challenges, Governor Agbu Kefas of Taraba State has commenced the reconstruction of the 34km Takum-Wukari road.

 

The dilapidated state of this crucial route has not only hampered economic activities but also provided a breeding ground for kidnapping and armed robbery incidents.

 

The ongoing construction project is anticipated to revitalize economic prospects along the road.

 

It is also expected to effectively quell the prevalent kidnapping and armed robbery activities that have plagued the region for an extended period.

 

This initiative underscores the commitment of Governor Kefas to foster a safer environment and foster sustainable economic growth in Taraba State.


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