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Constituency Project “Wonders”: Kebbi Senator Says Five Classroom Costs N50 Million

Mr. Bala Ibn Na’allah, a Nigerian Senator from Kebbi state in collaboration with Soko Rima River Basin Development Authority say it has constructed a five classrooms block with the sum of N50 million

Tracka senior official, in a phone conversation, confirmed to WEST AFRICA REPORTERS (WAR) their team who visited the project saw the project completed but said their team saw only five blocks of classrooms.

The primary school is located at Dirin Daji community in Kebbi State.

The project was awarded and executed by Amazone Links Concept Limited.

Worse still, the figures embarked for the projects are inflated, with citizens not having the assurance that the money will be used for its intended purpose.

A quantity surveyor and a civil engineer in a phone conversation told WEST AFRICA REPORTERS (WAR) that N50 million is too huge amount to be used for five blocks of classrooms.

Checks by WAR in an open market shows that amount is outrageous, Okpanachi joy, who owns and runs a private school at Lugbe a satellite town of Abuja told WAR, that amount is unbelievable. Give me that amount I will build three schools and employ teachers she told this Newspaper. Why are our leaders robbing us, she added.

Tracka, an organization working to ensure transparency and accountability in the way government projects are implemented was in the community to inspect the project.


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