Yobe state Govt to construct city centre mall in Damaturu

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The Yobe Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism and Ministry of Housing and Urban Development have officially handed over the project site for the construction of the prestigious Yobe City Centre.

Alhaji Kaigama Umar, the commissioner for commerce stated this on Sunday in Damaturu.

Umar, represented by Alhaji Inuwa Gulani, said the Permanent Secretary said the site was handed over to Thinklab Group Limited to construct the mall to boost economic viability of the state.

He said the project was part Gov Mai Mala Buni’s urban renewal and the revival of economic activities.

Umar added that project aligned with the government’s commitment to foster sustainable economic growth, create employment opportunities, and enhance the quality of life for the people of the state.
The commissar said Thinklab Group Limited was a renowned conglomerate with vast experience in large-scale projects, infrastructure, and energy.

“We are delighted to have their team, led by Dr Sa’id Kori, Chairman of the conglomerate, on board for this venture.

“Their track record of excellence and commitment to quality delivery reassures us that the Yobe City Centre Mall will be a testament to their expertise and dedication,” he said.

In his remarks, Dr Sa’id Kori, the Chairman expressed gratitude to the state government, and other stakeholders for entrusting his company.

He assure a timely completion of the project with the utmost adherence to international quality and standards.

Also speaking, Alhaji Bukar Adamu, the Chairman caretaker committee, Damaturu Local Government Council, says the state remains grateful to the visionary leadership of Gov Buni.

He called on the business communities in the state to embrace the development and cooperate with the contractors for the overall progress of the state.

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