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By Barnabas Augustine 

The Adamawa State Executive Council chaired by Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri, Friday, deliberated and approved important decisions to bolster the state's judicial and media infrastructure.

In the council chamber in Government House Yola, the meeting addressed key development issues. Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mrs Neido Geoffrey Kufoltu, outlined the significant approvals reached.

The Council greenlit a substantial investment to improve the state's judiciary. This includes a ₦1,902,982,906.97 renovation project for High Court A. Additionally, High Court Complex B will receive an upgrade to windows and ceilings, at a cost of ₦494,825,140.85.

These renovations demonstrate the government's firm commitment to strengthening Adamawa's judicial system.

Furthermore, the Council recognised the needs of the state's media sector. Hon. Kofulto disclosed the Council approved the installation of a booster transmitter at the Mbamba station to enhance broadcast quality and reach. Additionally, the construction of four new studios was authorised, including two for radio broadcasting, one for drama productions, and a dedicated production studio, for a total exceeding two billion naira.

This development is anticipated to significantly improve local media capabilities, bolstering both entertainment and informative programming.

Mrs Kufoltu emphasised that these efforts align with the current administration's resolve to tackle ongoing challenges faced by the judiciary and media in Adamawa. Their aim is to ensure both sectors are well-equipped to serve the public effectively.
These initiatives form part of a wider strategy by the Adamawa State government to enhance public infrastructure and service delivery across various sectors.

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