Plateau State government yesterday said the implementation of the Greater Jos Master Plan which aims at giving the state capital and its environs a face lift is still on course.
The government had earlier set up different committees to actualise the project, including the research subcommittee on street naming and house numbering.
Chairman of the Committee, who is also the Director of Research, Planning and Documentation at the Government House, Mr. Chris Kwaja, while inaugurating members of the committee in Jos yesterday, said government is determined to make the project succeed. He said government has no intention of witchhunting any individual or group in the implementation of the plan.
According to him, the project when completed, apart from its aesthetic benefits, will assist both the government and the people in the fight against crime in the state, among others.
He further said members of his committee have swung into action with a view to identifying existing infrastructure in terms of houses and the relevance of those houses in the implementation of the Greater Jos Master Plan.
He said local governments and traditional rulers will fully be mobilised to sensitise citizens on the project while urging the citizens to support it in order to actualise the dream.