After the start of the Phase Two Rural Access And Mobility Projects (RAMP) in November 2019, more than 600 kilometers of rural access roads, along with nineteen river crossings, have been built and rehabilitated in Adamawa State.
The Governor of the State of Zamfara, Bello Matawalle, is in the State of Adamawa, to assist his counterpart, Governor Ahmad Fintiri, in the commissioning of three hundred and forty-seven six kilometers of roads and the allocation of maintenance facilities throughout the 21 areas of the State of Adamawa.
In cooperation with the World Bank and the French Development Agency, the state government is responsible for the construction and reconstruction of rural roads. Governor Fintiri, for his part, vowed to conclude all the projects commissioned by his government before the end of his term of office.
The National Coordinator of (RAMP) two, represented by Musa Nimrod, revealed that Adamawa is one of the countries with strong World Bank track records in the country in terms of the implementation of Rural Connectivity and Mobility Projects (RAMP) 2. (RAMP) Two state programs, six hundred and twenty-eight young people, were hired through two projects in the state (RAMP).