THE Kulere Development Association (KUDA), Kulere Chiefdom, Bokkos Local Government Area (LGA) of Plateau State has appealed to Governor Simon Bako Lalong to as a matter of urgency consider the construction of Kulere road as a rescue government in the state.

This was contained in a press statement signed by Chongs Alphonsus, Kamwai District and made available to SUNDAY STANDARD in Jos, last Friday.

It revealed that some of the roads that needed attention as being appealed by KUDA were the 56 kilometers road which links Mbar to Mangar Richa.

Others include; 20-kilometre Sikeen  road, 15-kilometre,Ambul Toff District road, and the road from Toff to Kamwai, Tuke and Wanze all in Kamwai District which is about 31 kilometres.

The statement added that most of the above mentioned roads have continued to pose serious challenges to the communities, particularly that it has affected the transporting their  farm produce home and also from home to  the markets.

It further revealed that the communities have always found it extremely difficult to rush sick people and pregnant women to the hospital whenever there was an emergency because of bad roads.

KUDA also called on Governor Lalong to help provide the communities with light, adding that the communities have never experience light since the inception of his administration, stressing that government should come to their aid to enable them have light in their communities.

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