State Of-The-Art Market For Bori As Khana Council Boss Fulfills Campaign Promise

Construction work on the state-of-the-art market in Bori, headquarters of Khana Local Government Area would commence any moment from now.

A statement by the Senior Special Assistant to the Executive Chairman of Khana Local Government Area, Daniel Dorka N. said Chairman of the council, Dr. Thomas Bariere announced the cheery news when he visited the market on Wednesday.

According to Bariere, the construction of the market was in keeping with campaign promises made before his election and swearing in.

“You may recall that during the electioneering campaign I had promised Khana people that my administration will construct a state-of-the-art market in Bori when elected and sworn into office. The commencement of this project is in fulfilment of that promise”, he said.

The Khana Council boss explained that his administration has decided to embark on the project in other to boost the economic prospects of the local government since the Bori market remains one of the biggest economic hubs of ogoni people.

He further explained that the construction work will be carried out in phases and won’t result to the interruption of trading activities in the market. 

He said: “Since the trading activities in the market remains an important source of livelihood for Khana people, and as a government that is sensitive to the plight of our people, we have decided to carry out the project in phases so that we don’t disrupte trading activities in the market”.

Dr. Bariere further disclosed that upon the completion of the project, only genuine shop owners and traders will be allocated the shops for trading purposes only. 

He however requested for the cooperation of traders so as to deliver on the project within the ample time 

The Khana Council Chairman further stressed the commitment of his administration to deliver on the dividends of democracy to the people of Khana.

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