Gusau Investment House: Zamfara govt budgets N7.2bn for project

Dauda-Dare Lawal

Governor of Zamfara State, Dauda Lawal

The Zamfara State Government says it will spend N7.2 billion on completing the Gusau Investment House project.

The State Commissioner for Commerce, Industry and Tourism, Abdurrahman Tumbido, disclosed this on Saturday in Gusau while speaking to newsmen after defending the 2024 appropriation of the ministry at the State House of Assembly.

On Thursday, NAN reported that Governor Dauda Lawal of Zamfara presented an N423.5 billion Appropriation Bill to the assembly for the 2024 fiscal year.

The uncompleted 10-storey building of the investment house project was initiated in the state during the administration of former Governor Mahmud Shinkafi.

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Tumbido said the project was proposed to be implemented by Lawal under the 2024 appropriation of the state.

“The state government proposed to execute various development projects worth N17 billion under the ministry.

“Other major projects proposed in the budget were the completion of the Gusau hotel project, reconstruction of Gusau old market, and modernising of Gusau Central market among others,” he explained.

NAN

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