By Festus Ahon

ASABA—DELTA State Governor, Dr.  Ifeanyi Okowa, yesterday, charged  construction firms working for the state government to increase the pace of work on projects awarded to them so as to meet the time schedule.

Okowa gave the charge while inspecting some ongoing road projects in Asaba Capital Territory, which include the Okpanam Road and drain projects; the 4.4km Joseph Ebolo and Madonna Road and drains project; the 1.6km Ojife Street, Nduka Iloba and Casaloba Streets.

Other road projects inspected were the 700meters Isioma Onyeobi Link Road, from sand beach through Rapu Road to Cable Road and the 510 meters Stadium and Cable Wire Roads off Nnebisi Road in the Asaba Metropolis.

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State

Stressing that his administration was determined to take development to all parts of the state despite the economic recession, Okowa said: “Many roads and other projects are either on-going or ready for commissioning in April.

“We have about 398km roads all through the state and so many projects are ready for commissioning now. Between April and May, we will be commissioning several road and school projects.”

At the Okpanam road project, where drainage construction work is ongoing, Okowa said that “The drainage work will be connected and completed before the end of February. The drainage project is very important to the de-flooding of Asaba Capital Territory, it will remove storm water from Asaba.”


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