Plateau State Governor Simon Bako Lalong has inspected some of the projects expected to be commissioned by President Muhammadu Buhari soon.
Lalong was at the British-American Flyover and Dualisation to Lamingo Junction Roundabout where he expressed happiness with the level of work and its quality.
He commended the contractor for sustaining the tempo of work and urged him to ensure that the few aspects remaining are finalised in order to enable him give the President an official date for the commissioning.
The Governor then proceeded to the Plateau State Specialists Hospital to inspect the remodeling of structures to accommodate the newly acquired ultra modern Hospital equipment which include Superstar MRI Machine, CT scanner, 4D Ultrasound Scanner and Digital X-Ray Machine among others.
He was also at the High Court Headquarters Complex Jos to inspect the work where he was received by the Chief Judge Hon. Justice David Mann and other Justices.
He inspected the 9 courtrooms, conference rooms, libraries, Judges Chambers, furnishings and associated services. He expressed delight that the Complex will be one of the best in Nigeria when commissioned.
Lalong also visited the Plateau Multidoor Court House which is completed and ready for commissioning.
The Governor was also at the NUJ Secretariat Complex Jos to inspect the remodelled facility which is completed and awaiting commissioning.
He was recieved by the Plateau State NUJ Chairman Mr. Paul Jatau and other officials who expressed delight that the Governor has kept his promise to reconstruct the centre.
Governor Lalong who spoke to journalists thereafter said there are many projects in the three senatorial zones that are also ready for commissioning.
He also spoke on the Gubernatorial elections which he said his party the APC was optimistic of victory because of the support it enjoys among the citizens who has seen the performance of the party in restoring peace to the State, completing inherited projects and implementing new ones that are ready for commissioning soon.
He urged citizens to avoid any action that will divide the State or cause disharmony, saying that Plateau State belongs to all.