News: Some of The Capital Projects Executed By Adamawa State Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri Administration


Adamawa state Governor


- Construction of First-ever Fly-Over in the Northeastern Nigeria at Total Junction, Completed

- Construction of First-ever Grade Interchange and Underpass in Northeastern Nigeria at Police Round-About, Yola - the state capital. Almost Completed

- Construction of 5 Cottage Hospitals in Girei, Gombi, Shelleng & Lamurde (and recently Fufore) Local governments.on going

- Construction of first phase of the  2,000 Housing Estates for civil servants at Malkohi, Yola. Ongoing

- Construction & renovations of 5,000 classrooms in Adamawa State public schools.

- Reconnection of Michika & Madagali LGs to the National grid after 6 years.

- Connection of Toungo L.G to the National grid for the first time in 25 years.

- Ongoing construction of first-of-its-kind Model School beside Yola Town Round-about (Jippu-Jam) in collaboration with UBEC.

-Reconstruction of Gulak Police Barrack, Madagali (completed).

- Total overhaul of Numan General Hospital.

- Construction of OPD, renovation of Admin block & construction of new laboratory block at Gombi.

- Construction & renovation of laboratory and theatre complex, OPD & maternity complex at Mubi General Hospital.

- Construction of new laboratory and maternity complexes & new female surgical wards at Song Cottage Hospital.

- Construction & renovation of laboratory complex, paediatric ward, female surgical ward & theatre complex at Ganye General Hospital.

- Renovation and reconstruction of College of Health Tech. Michika.

- Construction of First Infectious Disease Center in Northeast at Specialist Hospital, Yola.

- Construction of 3.5km township road in Numan L.G.

- Construction of 3.2km township road in Hong L.G.

- Construction of 3.8km Jada township roads.

- Construction of 6.6km Gulak township, Madagali L.G.

- Construction of 7.8km township road in Michika L.G.

- Construction of roads at Bachure, Karewa, Nasarawo Borehole, Scope road, Jambutu street, Togo street, Lekki Taba street, Mambila Street & link - all in Jimeta.

- Construction of 5 township roads in Yola South - including that of Nyibango-Yolde Pate (3.185km with 2 span bridges) which will also serve as the first bye-pass road linking Yola to Jimeta.

- Construction of various rural access roads such as; 8.8km Samsri rural road (Ganye L.G), Yerima Mayo rural access road (Toungo), Parda-Muninga road (Fufore L.G), 25km Bazza-Zaa road (Michika L.G), 16.9km Mararraba Dumne-Hombo rural road (Song L.G), 31km Ndikong rural road (Mayo Belwa) 9.3km Gongoshi rural road (Yola South), Hong-Kuvu Gaya (Hong L.G) and construction of 3 cell of 3 by 2 meters box culvert along Matakam-Futu road (Michika L.G) - all under the supervision of Ministry of Rural Infrastructure and Community Development in collaboration with RAMP II.

- Procurement and Installation of Overhaul Electric Motor pumps, transfer Pumps, cables/pipes at Yola and Jimeta Water Treatment Plants, welding of reservoirs and repair works. The two plants are currently supplying 23 million litres/day as against 9million litres/day to residents of Jimeta, Yola and environs.

- Procurement and Installation of submersible pumps, cables/pipes at Luggere, GMMC, 

Karewa, Bekaji, Dandu, Yelwa areas of J/Yola, also in Fufore and Guyuk towns.

- Rehabilitation and Upgrading of water supply schemes in: Gulak, Hong, Uba, Michika, Pella, Garkida, Maiha, Gombi and Numan LGAs.

- Rehabilitation and Upgrading of water supply schemes in Fufore and Mubi LGAs (completed).

- Constructed over 295 number of hand pump boreholes across the seven (7) LGAs of the state affected by insurgency, 100% completion. 

- Constructed over 40 solar powered boreholes across the seven (7) LGAs of the state affected by insurgency, 100% completion.

- Provision of electric transformers to 45 local communities in Adamawa under the Ministry of Rural Infrastructure and Community Development.

 Written by: Abdulrazaq Usman Damare

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