By Tony Edike
ENUGUâ€”THE Enugu State Government,Â yesterday reiterated its commitment to the completion of ongoing infrastructural development projects in the state before the end of the current term of Governor Sullivan Chime.
It warned that contractors, who failed to executive their contracts up to the expected standards would be sanctioned.
Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Media and Communications, Mr Chukwudi Achife, who made this known in a chat with reporters in Enugu, said that the projects were designed to address the peculiar and pressing needs and challenges of people in all sectors of the state and in both urban and rural areas.
This he said, was in line with the Governorâ€™s 4-point agenda,Â which is aimed at bringing about rapid and holistic development in all parts of the state within the shortest possible time.
He said that despite the hurdles posed by the lack of funds, the Governor had recorded a high rate of success and progress in his avowed bid to restore Enugu State to its past glory, adding that most of the dilapidated infrastructure in the state, had been upgraded while new ones are being put in place.