By Joel Gomiyar

Plateau state government have appealed to residents of Angwan Rogo in Jos, to amicably resolve all land related conflicts amongst them to avoid delay of public projects in their domains.

State Commissioner, Ministry of Urban and Physical Planning, Mr. Bulus Bot made the appeal while on an inspection tour of ongoing road construction projects within the Metropolis.

He frowned at the slow pace of work at the site caused by internal wrangling among residents of the community.

Bot therefore tasked Community leaders therein to intervene while assuring that government will go tough on any contractor who violates contract agreements.

The Commissioner was however impressed with the level and quality of work at the New Market road, Sabon Gari Mado road, Tudun Wada-Mado road and Ikkukumung Kabong road.

He therefore applauded the consteuction companies handling the projects - China Zhagho Nig. Limited and Jolex Construction Co. Nig. Limited.

Speaking on behalf of the construction companies handling the Jos metropolitan road network, the General Manager, China Zhoangho Nig. Limited, Mr. Jiang Long He, and Engr. Chris Obike-Enwere of JOLEX Construction Co. Nig. Limited as well as the site Engineer of LATOKEM Nig. Limited, Engr. Abdulrasheed Ahmed lall pledged quality and timely delivery of contracts privided government does not delay funding.

The Commissioner who along side some senior staff of the Ministry also inspected construction works at Ali Kazaure Bridge, Angwan Rimi, Gangare and Nasarawa Gwom road had embarked on a similar tour a week ago where he threatened sanctions against erring contractors.

That action may have yielded results as work had progressed in most of the sites visited during the latest tour.

Residents of the communities within which the projects are being constructed have applauded the Governor Simon Lalong led administration in the State for the road networks but appealed for their timely completion to ease movement.