Borno State government alongside military reopens 137-kilometer Maiduguri-Dikwa-Mafa-Gamboru Ngala Road for motorists after three years .
Written by News Room on February 6, 2022
The Borno State government alongside the military has reopened the 137-kilometer Maiduguri-Dikwa-Mafa-Gamboru Ngala Road for motorists, three years after incessant attacks in the Lake Chad area.
During the tape cutting event held on Friday, Governor Babagana Zulum commended the military and local vigilantes for securing the region and urged the road users to be law-abiding as well cooperate with security agencies for the full return of economic activities in the area.
The symbolic reopening of the road was done at Muna before the governor proceeded to Dikwa town to ensure that the road has been formally reopened.
The governor alongside the Theatre Commander of the Joint Taskforce Operation Hadin Kai, Major General Christopher Musa cut the tape signifying the official reopening of the road.
Amen J Kantiyok