Federal, Yobe Govt Signs 2.5 Billion Contracts To Set Up Grazing Reserve And Milk Collection Center

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By:Muhammed Abubakar Garundole, Damaturu

The Federal government and Yobe state Government are co-sponsoring a 2.5Billon Naira Contracts in Nasari/ Jakusko Grazing reserve in Jakusko Local government area of Yobe state
Signing the contract at the conference Hall of Ministry of Agriculture and natural resources Damaturu, Commissioner Dr Mairo Ahmed Amshi said, the contract is in three phases.

The first phase is sited in the northern part of Yobe, while second & third phases will come subsequently and expected for Yobe East and South.

She explain that the project is for Livestock Development Center to curtail the menace of clashes between the herdsmen and farmers in the state.

Dr Mario says facilities to be provided in the grazing reserves are 50 units of two bedroom to herdsmen settlement, 12 units of Boholes with solar panel, 5 units of Animal water consumption, among others.

The location for the project covers about 10 square kilometers of Land at the grazing reserves says the commissioner.

She urged the contractors to be careful & give quality performance to earn them opportunity in subsequent contracts.

Dr Mairo Amshi appreciate the efforts of ministry of Justice and Beareu of public procurement for their service rendered during the Bidding process.

Earlier in his remark, the permanent secretary of the ministry Dr Musa ABBA Kollere thanked the Federal and Yobe state Government for choosing the state to implement what he described as gigantic project like these, which would boast the socio- Economic of the state and the country.

The Contracts is to be executed within three months.

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