Kaduna State gets N22billion Islamic Development Bank Loan.

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The Kaduna State government a loan of N22billion from the Islamic Development Bank to execute development projects in the state.
Governor Rahmalan Yero stated this at a public forum in Kaduna.
He explained that the loan will be used to execute projects in the education, health and water sanitation sectors.
Governor Yero while giving a breakdown of the disbursement of the loan pointed out that N3billion will be expended on the building of four Science Secondary Schools in addition to its technical schools already existing in the state.
The sum of N12billon ,he added will be channeled to the water station being constructed in Zaria while N7billion is to be used to complete the 300 bed hospital in the millennium city of the state which is nearing completion.
Speaking on the loan facility, the representative of the Islamic Development Bank,Mohammed Kamara said the bank will continue to partner Kaduna state in the provision of social amenities to the people of the state.
Kamara disclosed that the loan will be released through the Ministry of Finance to be subsequently assessed by the Kaduna state government.

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