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Why my administration hasn’t awarded new contracts -Plateau gov

Plateau State Governor, Caleb Mutfwang, has expressed concern over numerous abandoned projects left behind by previous administrations across the state.

Speaking with journalists in Jos on Friday as part of the activities marking his first year in office, Mutfwang revealed that his administration has not awarded any new contracts over the past year. Instead, the focus has been on completing existing projects to benefit the people.

The governor condemned the negative impact that unfinished projects have on the state’s socio-economic development and emphasized his administration’s commitment to making decisions in the best interest of the state and its citizens.

“In the past year, our efforts have been focused on stabilizing the system. We haven’t initiated any new contracts. Instead, we’ve been addressing existing ones because abandoning projects is ultimately wasteful for public funds,” said Mutfwang. “We believe that government is a continuum. Regardless of past administrations, we have a responsibility to complete projects that benefit the public.”

Governor Mutfwang called on the people to continue supporting his administration to help elevate the state.

“I want to thank the people for recognizing our efforts in improving infrastructure and road networks. We will continue to enhance these areas,” he said. “We value citizen participation. When we receive feedback on the quality of work, we ensure it is addressed so that people can get value for their money.”

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