Jigawa govt. to spend N1.4b on graveyards, mosques

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Jigawa govt. to spend N1.4b on graveyards, mosques

By NAN

03 February 2024   |  
7:08 am

The Jigawa Government on Friday approved over N1.4 billion for the construction and renovation of mosques across the state.

Crescent Bearers (1939), Mosque,

The Jigawa Government on Friday approved over N1.4 billion for the construction and renovation of mosques across the state.

The amount will also be used for the fencing of graveyards in 30 constituencies across the state.

Mr Sagir Musa, the Commissioner for Information, Youths, Sport and Culture told newsmen in Dutse that the money was approved by the State Executive Council.

He added that part of the money would be used to construct palaces of District Heads.

According to the commissioner, the N1.4 billion is for 2023 Constituency Projects.

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