The Living Faith Church, aka Winners Chapel has inaugurated one-kilometre link roads rehabilitated in Kano. This project which is aimed at easing traffic congestion is by the church in Nomansland axis of Sabon Gari, in Fagge Local Government Area of the state.
Speaking during the commissioning of the rehabilitated road, the Resident Pastor, Pastor Agi Emmanuel, said the gesture was done as part of the Church’s Social Responsibility initiative, and as well to commemorate the 58th Independence Anniversary of Nigeria.
“the project is also part of constant contributions of the Christian community to the growth and development of Kano state,” he said.
“the Church is also commissioning the road as little contribution to national development as she joins well-meaning Nigerians to commemorate the nation’s 58th independence anniversary,” he added.
“With the rehabilitation and construction of drainage patterns, the road network which linked Iroko Avenue, Kwoi Close and Nguru Roads in Nomansland would relieve the pains and hardship residents and commuters mostly encounter, especially, during raining season.”
Pastor Agi emphasized that the Corporate Social Responsibility and community services embarked by the Church are evident in the areas of education, health and other social welfare packages to indigenous people.
According to him, ” it is my pleasure to restate my commitment and that of the members of the Living Faith Church Kano, to continually advocate for and support all round advancement of the state especially in infrastructure as these would not only improve on the overall standard of living of the people but also place Kano state as a developed commercial nerve center of the northern Nigeria.”
Speaking on behalf of the state government, Senior Special Adviser to Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje on Inter-Community Relations (Igbo), Mr. Lynous Okoroje hailed the Church for complementing government efforts in the area of infrastructural development.
Okoroje used the occasion to reassure the people of the area of government’s determination to rehabilitate critical road networks in Sabon Gari area, citing the on-going Sabon Gari flyover which he said would be completed before the end of 2018.
It was reported that before the intervention of the Church, roads leading to the Church headquarters in Nomansland was left in bad shape as a result of pot holes and lack of proper drainage system.
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