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Okpe indigene raises alarm over abandoned road project

An indigene of Jeddo town in Okpe Local Government Area of Delta State, Chief Dickson Obirenfoju, has appealed to the state government to ensure the speedy completion of the Jeddo/Ohorie Road project, which he said had been abandoned by successive administrations.

The Warri-based business mogul and politician in a chat with newsmen during the swearing in of Mr. Moses Ekpoke as Unuevboro of Teddo town, noted that the completion of the road project will ease the regular traffic jam on the one-way entry and exit Ekpan/Jeddo Road.

He said: “Beside this abandoned road project, Jeddo being the biggest ward in Okpe, deserves more government attention but this has not been the case.

“The DDPA housing project in Jeddo is the only uncompleted one in the entire state.

“The approved budget for these projects should be fully implemented so that the government will not get a bad name.”

Present at Edion Hall Jeddo town, venue of the event were Chief Pobert Onome (District Head), Chief D. Enami-riewan, Chief O. Obaide, Chief Efe Uko, Olotu Noble, Mr. Benson Umuokoro, Rev. Lucky Akatirika, among others.


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